Asymptomatic Hyperuricemia and Functional State of the Kidneys in Patients with Essential Arterial Hypertension and Concomitant Diabetes Mellitus Type 2

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  •   A. O. Ikwuka

  •   N. G. Virstyuk

Abstract

Introduction: The manuscript analyzes the frequency of asymptomatic hyperuricemia in association with disturbance of glucose and lipid metabolism, inflammatory process, and kidney changes in patients with essential arterial hypertension (EAH) and concomitant diabetes mellitus type 2 (DM2).


Aim: To determine the frequency of asymptomatic hyperuricemia in patients with EAH and concomitant DM2 and their effects on the main indicators of comorbid pathology.


Materials and methods: 120 patients (51 males and 69 females), aged 45-69 years with average age being (58.2±5.7) years, were studied: 25 patients with treatment-compensated EAH, 1-2 degree, II stage (Group I); 25 patients with subcompensated DM2 (Group II) and 70 patients with treatment-compensated EAH, 1-2 degree, II stage and concomitant subcompensated DM2 (Group III). Control group consisted of 20 practically healthy volunteers - 8 (40.0%) males and 12 (60.0%) females, aged (54.7±4.9) years. Groups were randomized according to age, sex, BMI, duration of EAH and DM2.


Results and discussion: Asymptomatic hyperuricemia were observed in 36.0% of group І patients, in 24.0% of group II patients and in 46.7% of group ІІІ patients. Relevant correlations were found between uric acid level in the blood and such indicators as/for systolic blood pressure (SBP), glycated hemoglobin (HbA1C), dyslipidemia, inflammatory process, and kidney damage.


Conclusion: Asymptomatic hyperuricemia has a negative effect on the main indicators of comorbid pathology - in this case, EAH and concomitant DM2.


Keywords: asymptomatic, hyperuricemia, diabetes mellitus type 2, essential arterial hypertension, kidneys

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Ikwuka, A. O., & Virstyuk, N. G. (2021). Asymptomatic Hyperuricemia and Functional State of the Kidneys in Patients with Essential Arterial Hypertension and Concomitant Diabetes Mellitus Type 2. European Journal of Clinical Medicine, 2(3), 100–104. https://doi.org/10.24018/clinicmed.2021.2.3.65