La importancia de un enfoque integral del riesgo cardiovascular en el medio ambiente laboral

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Enfermedad cardiovascular
Factor de riesgo cardiovascular
Factor de riesgo laboral

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Gómez Vélez, D. F. (2022). La importancia de un enfoque integral del riesgo cardiovascular en el medio ambiente laboral. Revista Colombiana De Salud Ocupacional, 12(1), e–9388. https://doi.org/10.18041/2322-634X/rcso.1.2022.9388 (Original work published 30 de junio de 2022)

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El origen de la enfermedad cardiovascular se ha asociado con factores de riesgo como el sobrepeso, la hipertensión arterial, las dislipidemias, la diabetes mellitus, el tabaquismo, la inactividad física, la edad y la historia familiar de enfermedad cardiovascular, entre otros. Estudios científicos relacionan también factores de riesgo del medio laboral, como agentes químicos, factores físicos, agentes biológicos y  factores psicosociales, con efectos adversos sobre el sistema cardiovascular o enfermedad cardiovascular. 

En este artículo se busca generar reflexión en la comunida científica sobre los efectos cardiovasculares de factores de riesgo laborales que pueden ser significativos, a menudo subestimados y obligan a incluir en la prevención de la enfermedad cardiovascular en la empresa la identificación, el monitoreo y control de estos.

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