Δημοσίευση στις 2018/3/1 στο PubMed: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29489034
Andrikou I, Tsioufis C, Dimitriadis K, Konstantinidis D, Kasiakogias A, Kouremeti M, Andrikou E, Karapati I, Kalos T, Fragoulis C, Liatakis I, Koutra E, Kyriazopoulos K, Thomopoulos C, Tousoulis D.
The role of serum uric acid (SUA) in cardiovascular risk prediction remains to be further determined. We assessed the predictive value of SUA for the incidence of coronary artery disease (CAD) in 2287 essential hypertensive patients who were followed up for a mean period of 8 years. The distribution of SUA levels at baseline was split by the median (5.2 mg/dL) and subjects were classified into those with high and low values. Hypertensives who developed CAD (n = 57) compared to those without CAD at follow-up (n = 2230) had at baseline higher SUA. In multivariate Cox regression model, among established confounders, high SUA (hazard ratio = 1.216, P = .016) turned out to be independent predictor of CAD. In essential hypertensive patients SUA independently predicts CAD.
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