Role of the physical fitness test in risk predication of Osteoporosis among municipal in-service personnel in Guangxi

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2019-03-05

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Liu, Howe
Zhao, Mingming
Quiben, Myla

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Abstract Objective: To explore the relationship between risk prediction of osteoporosis (OP) and different physical fitness parameters in municipal in-service personnel in Guangxi. Methods: Cross-sectional study was conducted from July 2015 to December 2016 in China. 7082 (Age from 20-65) subjects from public institutions were enrolled. All subjects underwent national physical fitness test (NPFT) and calcaneal ultrasound screening. RESULTS: Totally 5668 (80.64% of enrollment) subjects’ data were analyzed. Which were 42.9±12.3 years; 2984((52.6%) were male; 3998 (70.5%), 1579 (27.9%) and 85 (1.6%) were Han, Zhuang, and other ethnicities, respectively. The multivariable analysis showed that systolic blood pressure (OR=0.974, 95%CI:0.962-0.985, P Conclusion: The OP risk could be prevented and warned by NPFT and Calcaneus ultrasound test, preventive actions could be adopted in advance. Keywords: National Physical Fitness Test; physical function; physical fitness; osteoporosis; risk.

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