Risk factors for cardiovascular morbidity and mortality in postmenopausal women
Approved Research ID: 77679
Approval date: January 25th 2022
The presentation of cardiovascular disease is different between men and women (risk factors, presentation, diagnosis and treatment).In addition, it is known that women are not equally represented as men in cardiovascular risk studies. In fact, it has been shown that women with cardiovascular disease is later diagnosed than men. The therapeutic results are also lower in women than men. On the other hand, cardiovascular risk increases during menopause, so the risk factors specific to women should be considered by the medical and scientific community in cardiovascular prevention. Thus, to reduce this inequality, it is necessary to study the women independently, with their own markers and risk factors.
This study aims to explore the risk factors of cardiovascular morbidity and mortality in postmenopausal women exclusively. The project duration will be one year.