Prevalence and Impact of Overweight and Obesity in Critically Ill Surgical Patients: Analysis of THAI-SICU Study

Wacharasint, P.; Fuengfoo, P.; Rangsin, R.; Morakul, S.; Chittawattanarat, K.; Chaiwat, O.

Journal of the Medical Association of Thailand 99(Suppl 6): S55-S62

2016


ISSN/ISBN: 0125-2208
PMID: 29906082
Document Number: 17474
To investigate the prevalence of overweight and obesity, and their impacts in patients admitted to a surgical We conducted an analysis using the THAI-SICU database. All 4,579 patients who had weight and There were 768 (16.8%) of underweight, 2,624 (57.3%) of normal BMI, 858 (18.7%) of overweight, and 329 (7.2%) of obese patients. Compared to other three patient groups, obese had the highest 28-day survival (log-rank, p<0.001), lowest incidence of systemic inflammatory response syndrome (SIRS) (underweight 41.1%, normal BMI 35.6%, overweight 34.5%, and obese 29.5%; p = 0.001), and lowest incidence of new infection (underweight 27.3%, normal BMI 23.3%, overweight 24.5%, and obese 20.4%; p = 0.047). After adjustment for related confounding factors, we found that every one unit increasing of BMI associated with lower risk of hospital mortality [odds ratio, OR, 0.97(95% confidence interval, CI, 0.94-0.99); p = 0.04], higher risk of acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) [OR 1.06 (95% CI 1.03-1.08); p<0.001], and higher risk of intra-abdominal hypertension (IAH) [OR 1.06 (95% CI 1.03-1.09); p<0.001]. The prevalence of overweight and obesity in Thai critically ill surgical patients were 18.7% and 7.2%,

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