1.A REPORT ON CLINICAL IMPORTANCE OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY & OCCUPATION ASSOCIATED WITH ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION by PANDEY A.K
Myocardial infarction is commonly associated with occupations involving less physical activity an inverse relationship exists between physical activities and incidence of cad. The incidence of myocardial infarction was three times more in sedently than in physical active persons. The indicated that men in physical active jobs have lower incidence of coronary heart disease and less severe disease than men whose work requires less physical activity.
In the present study, 67.5% patient were having sedentary activity and not doing any active exercise while 32.5% case was having exercise. Thus sedentary activity, as well as businessman, a government servant (Clerk, Teacher), were carrying a high risk of CHD.