Children obesity and its metabolic outcomes
Authors: Zlatko Marinov, Dalibor Pastucha
Authors - sphere of activity: 1FN Motol a 2. LF UK, Dětská poliklinika, Dětská obezitologická ambulance, Praha; 2Fakultní nemocnice Olomouc, Klinika tělovýchovného lékařství a kardiovaskulární rehabilitace
Article: Čas Lék čes 2012; 151: 135-140
Category: Review Articles
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According to current statistics, there are, at an average child’s general practice about seventy children registered with obesity, including fifty children indicated for long-term treatment of obesity due to medical indications, fifteen children are intended for targeted modifications in their diet, and in almost every practice there is a child with a pathognomonic obesity. Currently, we are exposed to food-borne pandemic coupled polygenic obesity, which is a chronic metabolic disease with societal consequences. Alimentary obesity mainly reflects an early onset of cardio-metabolic risk, but the clinical picture of complications of childhood obesity is broader and includes not only the risk of life-limitation, but also respiratory, gastrointestinal, neurological, orthopaedic and endocrine complications along with serious psychosocial problems. The effects caused by childhood obesity are reversible initially, and early identification and treatment is a major clinical challenge in preventing the development of serious metabolic, organ, psychological and societal complications.
obesity in children, cardio-metabolic risk, metabolic syndrome, liver steatosis, obstructive sleep apnea syndrome.
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