Associação de indicadores antropométricos com a resistência à insulina e função de células beta pancreáticas em adolescentes púberes

Andre de Camargo Smolarek, Luis Paulo Gomes Mascarenhas, Tácito Pessoa de Souza Junior, Cleyton dos Santos de Oliveira, Margaret C. Boguszwski, Erivelton Fontana de Laat, Wagner de Campos

Resumo


O objetivo do presente estudo foi verificar a associação de fatores de risco antropométricos, resistência à insulina e função das células beta pancreáticas em meninas púberes. A população amostral foi composta por 94 adolescentes do sexo feminino. Foram aferidas a massa corporal (MC), estatura (EST), índice de massa corporal (IMC), razão cintura estatura (RCE), somatório de dobras cutâneas triciptal e subescapular (∑ de Dobras TR+SB), porcentagem de gordura (%G), glicemia e insulina de jejum calculando os índices HOMA-IR e HOMA-β. Foi verificado a relação do HOMA-IR, HOMA-β com a Obesidade, RCE, ∑ de Dobras (TR+SB) e % G no sexo feminino. O presente estudo concluiu que obesidade, RCE, ∑ de Dobras TR+SB e % G estão associadas aos índices HOMA-IR e HOMA- β de meninas durante a puberdade.

 

ABSTRACT 

Relation of anthopometric indicators with insulin resistance and beta cells function in puberty adolescents

The objective of the present study was to verify the relationship between anthropometric risk factor with insulin resistance and beta cells function in puberty girls. The population sample was composed by 94 females teenagers. Were measured weight, height, body mass index (BMI), waist circumference (WC), waist to height ratio (WHR) sum of cutaneous skin folds triciptal e sub scapular (∑ of skin folds TR+SB), fat mass (%G), fasting glucose and insulin, calculating the HOMA-IR and HOMA-β index. Was verified the HOMA-IR relation with Obesity, WHR, ∑ of skin folds (TR+SB) and %G in females. This study concluded that obesity, WHR, ∑ of skin folds (TR+SB) and %G been associate with HOMA-IR and HOMA- β index in females during the puberty period.


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Adolescentes; Puberdade; Resistência à insulina; Antropometria

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