The estimated prevalence of hypertension in Nigeria from metanalysis of cross-sectional popula-tion and/or community-based studies published between and(using a cut-off definition of ≥/90 mmHg) is % (% in urban and % among rural dwellers).
Cited by: 1. From our modelling, we estimated about million cases of hypertension in Nigeria among people aged at least 20 years inwith a prevalence of % (, ) in both sexes - % ( Oct 13, · The prevalence of hypertension in Nigeria may form a substantial proportion of the total burden in Africa because of the large population of the country currently estimated to Cited by: Prevalence of hypertension in Kegbara-Dere, a rural community in the Niger Delta region, Nigeria.
Prevalence of hypertension in Kegbara-Dere, a rural community in the Niger Delta Region, Nigeria Article (PDF Available) in Ethnicity & disease 22(3) · June with Reads. % of females with hypertension were con-trolled. Prevalence of hypertension was com-parable with other studies in Nigeria and Africa. The results showed a poor detection, treatment and control of hypertension. This underscores the need for comprehensive evaluation of the prevalence of hypertension and other cardio-vascular diseases in Nigeria.
Abstract Background: Hypertension is a leading cause of morbidity and mortality in Africa, and Nigeria, the most populous country in the continent, hugely contributes to this burden.
Objective: To provide an improved estimate of the prevalence and number of cases of hypertension in Nigeria based on the cut-off ‘at least /90 mmHg’, towards ensuring better awareness, control and policy Cited by: Jan 26, · A recent national multistage survey gave of 13, Nigerians – % prevalence.
Hypertension is the most important risk factor for CVD and prevalence continues to rise and expected to affect billion people worldwide. Prevalence is Nigeria is about 30 –45% and genetic and environmental factors are key to development.
1 billion in (3).The prevalence of hyper-tension is highest in the African Region at 46% of adults aged 25 and above, while the lowest prevalence at 35% is found in the Americas (Fig.
3). Overall, high-income countries have a lower prevalence of hypertension - 35% - than other groups at 40% (3, 4).
Not only is hypertension more prevalent in. Sep 01, · On a national level in Nigeria, the prevalence of hypertension was found to be % (using a BP threshold of /90 mmHg) in a systematic review of all published studies in Nigeria between 19(Adeloye et al., ).
More recently however, among a nationally representative sample of 15, adults above 40 years, Murthy et al. found a higher prevalence rate of hypertension Cited by: 1.
(3, 4) its prevalence is higher at both ends of socio-economic ladder than in the middle. Up to the age of 44 years high blood pressure prevalence is greater for men; thereafter the reverse is the case. The consensus group examined current hypertension guidelines from the United States. “The high prevalence of hypertension is explained in part by lifestyle changes, many related to changing environmental and social factors,” says Dr Obinna Ekwunife, a lecturer at the University of Nigeria in the south-eastern town of Nsukka.
Hypertension, Prevalence, University population, Nigeria INTRODUCTION Hypertension is a common health problem in developed countries and a major risk factor for cardiovascular diseases (CVD) (Castelli, ). Its prevalence is probably on the increase in developing countries where adoption of western. Background: Hypertension is a leading cause of morbidity and mortality in Africa, and Nigeria, the most populous country in the continent, hugely contributes to this burden.
Objective: To provide an improved estimate of the prevalence and number of cases of hypertension in Nigeria based on the cut-off ‘at least /90 mmHg’, towards ensuring better awareness, control and policy response. The WHO African Region has the highest prevalence of hypertension (27%) while the WHO Region of the Americas has the lowest prevalence of hypertension (18%). A review of current trends shows that the number of adults with hypertension increased from million in to billion inwith the increase seen largely in low- and middle.
pertension in Nigeria was only %.7 In another sys-tematic review by Ogah et al., the pooled prevalence of hypertension in Nigeria increased from % to % between andrespectively.8 The reported change in the prevalence rate of hyperten-sion may be attributable to the upsurge in the aetiological. Sep 21, · Hypertension, Pregnancy Induced Hypertension, Preeclampsia, Eclampsia, Chronic Hypertension 1.
Background Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy are among the leading causes of maternal and erinatal deaths in develop p-ing countries, and many studies have been conducted in this field . Hypertension is a common medical prob-Missing: nigeria. Dec 28, · Hypertension is one of the most common worldwide diseases affecting humans and is a major risk factor for stroke and mainly other heart problems diseases. The prevalence of hypertension is higher among minorities than whites, and it increases with age in all groups.
Knowledge and prevalence of risk factors for arterial hypertension and blood pressure pattern among bankers and traffic wardens in Ilorin, Nigeria.
Dec 05, · Pre-hypertension was highest among school teachers in South Africa with an age-adjusted prevalence of %, followed by peri-urban and rural residents in Uganda with age-adjusted prevalence of % and % respectively, followed by nurses in Nigeria and school teachers in Tanzania with age-adjusted prevalence of % and %.
prevalence of PIH ranges between 2% to % . In northern Nigeria Pre-eclampsia/eclampsia accounts for up to 40 percent of maternal deaths . InEnugu town had %/77 cases of PIH out of cases . Inaccording to  the prevalence of hypertensive disorders was estimated to be higher than 17% in Nigeria. This. Apr 15, · Hypertension is the major risk factor for cardiovascular diseases and prevalence rates are critical to understanding the burden and envisaging health service requirements and resource allocation.
We aimed to provide an update of the current prevalence of hypertension and blood pressure profiles of adults in urban Nigeria. Cross sectional population-based survey in Lagos, Nigeria. RESULTS: A consistent gradient of hypertension prevalence was observed, rising from 16% in West Africa to 26% in the Caribbean and 33% in the United States. Mean blood pressures were similar among persons aged 25 to 34, while the increase in hypertension prevalence with age was twice as steep in the United States as in Africa.
Hypertension is a major public health problem. Due to paucity of data, the burden of hypertension in Nigeria might be underestimated. Estimating the prevalence of hypertension in populations of Nigeria would be useful in efforts to control hypertension and prevent its consequences. This survey aimed to assess the prevalence, detection, treatment and control of hypertension in Nsukka, a city. Awareness, practices, and prevalence of hypertension among rural Nigerian women Samuel O.
Azubuike 1, Rahab Kurmi 2 1 Community Health Unit, School of Health Sciences, National Open University of Nigeria, 14/16 Ahmadu Bellow Way, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria 2 Primary Health Care Department, Sanga Local Government, Kaduna State, Nigeria, Nigeria. A few studies have examined prevalence of hypertension in pregnancy in Nigeria. Most of these studies to the best of our search were in southern Nigeria [7,12,].
However, studies have shown that northern Nigeria has the worst statistics of maternal death in Nigeria and probably in the world [5,20,21]. Hypertension. Jul 10, · Abstract. Background: Previous studies that evaluated the prevalence, awareness and treatment of hypertension in Nigeria were either localized to some specific regions of the country or non-standardized thereby making evaluation of trend in hypertension care difficult.
Methods: We used the World Health Organization (WHO) STEPwise approach to chronic disease risk factor surveillance. This study summarized prevalence of hypertension in populations of Nigeria for a twenty years period ( to ).
Independently, two reviewers were used during the selection process so as to reduce bias as much as possible. The combined prevalence rate of hypertension was high. Due to the high variability in prevalence. The prevalence of DM in the current study (%) is higher than % previously reported among rural dwellers of the same ethnic group and % observed by Bakari et al. in a suburban Northern Nigeria., The prevalence rates ranging from 2% to 10% have been observed among suburban populations in previous studies., The high prevalence of DM may be due to rapid urbanization of the suburban regions.
Dec 09, · Since the publication of the retrospective study of hypertensive Nigerian children aged 2–11 years living in Ibadan by Aderele and Seriki inmany other authors have studied the prevalence of hypertension in children and adolescents in Nigeria and have reported values ranging from to %.Cited by: 4. Background. A community-based study put the prevalence of hypertension in Nigeria at %.
Market workers in Nigeria lead sedentary life style and often depend on salt-laden fast food while at work. Method. An unselected population of market workers were screened for hypertension and its risk factors by a pretested, structured questionnaire, clinical examination, and laboratory xn--80aahvez0a.xn--p1ai by: Hypertension Prevalence and Control Among Adults: United States, – Characteristics of Visits to Primary Care Physicians by Adults Diagnosed with Hypertension: Findings from the National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey pdf icon [PDF – KaB]Missing: nigeria.
Apr 18, · The prevalence of risk factors for cardiovascular disease (CVD) is on the increase in the developing nations of the world. Worldwide, CVD account for the majority of deaths due to chronic diseases , and more than 80% of the global burden of CVD will occur in low- and middle-income countries .Socio-economic status (SES) is a predictor of CVD and its risk factors. The prevalence of dyslipidaemia is high in the general adult population in Africa, and much higher in patients with coexisting cardiovascular risk factors such as hypertension, diabetes, or HIV.
These findings strengthen the case for action to implement the control of dyslipidaemia more effectively to achieve CVD prevention in African xn--80aahvez0a.xn--p1ai by: prevalence of hypertension among adults aged over 25, implying a massive economic burden for the continent, including the cost of caring for all the complications arising from hypertension such as cerebrovascular disease, ischemic heart disease and congestive heart failure as well asMissing: nigeria.
prevalence of systolic and diastolic hypertension in pregnancy in rural area of Bangladesh was % and %, respectively. It is proved that gestational hypertension and low birth weight is well linked. So prevalence of gestational hypertension among pregnant Missing: nigeria. May 17, · The Nigeria Hypertension Society (NHS) says that one-third of Nigeria’s adult population is hypertensive. The President of the Society, Prof. Ayodele Omotoso, disclosed this.
Recent studies have shown an increasing trend in the prevalence of hypertension in rural communities compared to that of the urban communities. This study was therefore carried out to determine the prevalence of hypertension and its predictors (if any) in both urban and rural communities of Akwa Ibom State of Nigeria.
Subjects and xn--80aahvez0a.xn--p1ai by: 7. Mar 30, · Conclusions: Prevalence of hypertension in the study was comparable to recently reported rates in urban Nigeria and similar populations in Africa. The biosocial determinants of hypertension in the Cited by: Impact in Nigeria Nigeria is the most populous nation in Africa and the 7th most populous nation on earth.
Current approximate population is million and counting, with 76 million adults and million people with DM [23,24]. IDF reported a prevalence estimate of % for Nigeria  and the current prevalence of % is more than double. We found higher hypertension prevalence for men than women as is generally the case in Africa, excepting a few countries where the prevalence is higher in women: Algeria ( versus %), Botswana ( versus %) and Mali ( versus %). A higher prevalence of hypertension was found in urban versus rural areas of Cameroon.
This study suggests a high prevalence of elevated blood pressure among children and adolescents in Africa, with overweight and obesity being an important risk factor. Efforts to address this burden of elevated blood pressure in children and adolescents should mainly focus on primary prevention at the community level, by promoting healthy lifestyles and avoiding other cardiovascular risk. Nigeria is one of the 48 countries of the IDF African region.
million people have diabetes in the world and more than 19 million people in the AFR Region; by it will be around 47 million. Total adult population: 91, Prevalence of diabetes in adults: 3% Total cases of diabetes in adults:.
Feb 26, · The extent and magnitude of NCDs among slum dwellers is largely unknown in Nigeria. A total of adults aged 20–81 years (male and female ) residing in the urban slum of Ajegunle in Lagos State, Nigeria were studied to determine the prevalence of hypertension and associated factors. The overall prevalence of hypertension was %.Cited by: Conclusion: The prevalence of hypertension in the three rural communities was %, indicating a trend towards increasing prevalence of hypertension.
There was also a significant positive correlation between anthropometric indicators of obesity and BP in this population. Keywords: hypertension, Nigeria, prevalence, rural communities. Dec 01, · This study sought to investigate the prevalence and pattern of hypertension in the adult population living in the ancient semiurban community of Ile-Ife, southwest Nigeria. Design and methods Two thousand and ninety-seven adults of above 20 years of age were recruited into the door-to-door survey through a multistage cluster sampling technique.
Dec 28, · Hypertension is one of the most common worldwide diseases affecting humans and is a major risk factor for stroke and mainly other heart problems diseases.
The prevalence of hypertension is higher among minorities than whites, and it increases with age in all groups. Hypertension on the other hand is the world’s most common cardiovascular disease and is the highest risk factor for mortality from cardiovascular causes.  The prevalence of hypertension, and indeed other cardiovascular diseases, has increased in Nigeria (and other African countries) in the last few decades due to changing.
Background: There are indications that prehypertension precedes hypertension. Like hypertension, it is associated with increased cardiovascular xn--80aahvez0a.xn--p1aiive: To determine the prevalence, awareness and correlates of prehypertension and hypertension among adults in Delta State, Nigeria.
Methods: This was a cross-sectional study. We recruited adults aged ≥18 years from two communities in. Few population-based studies have been conducted recently in Nigeria and, in Abia State, no previous study has been conducted on the prevalence and correlates of hypertension among the populace.
The purpose of our study was, therefore, to determine the prevalence and determinants of high blood pressure in Abia State, southeastern Nigeria.