Use of survey in chronic kidney disease stratification


S.S. Nagaitseva, M.Yu. Shvetsov, A.N Gerasimov, Yu.D Shalyagin, E.S. Ivanova, E.M. Shilov

1 SBEU HPE First Moscow State Medical University n.a. I.M. Sechenov of Ministry of Healthcare of Russian Federation 2 Medical prophylaxis brunch of SAUHMR Clinical center of restoration medicine and rehabilitation 3 SBUHMR Moscow Regional Research Clinical Institute
Aim. Estimation of prevalence of albuminuria (AU) as a marker of chronic kidney disease (CKD) and it's risk factors in general population by use of special surveys.
Methods. In 1623 general population members (390 (24,0 %) male, 1233 (76,0 %) female, mean age 46 ± 16 years) dipstick urinalysis was performed; urinary albumin > 30 mg/l was considered as AU. Risk factors of CKD were revealed by special survey.
Results. AU was found in > 40 % of patients, who applied to Health Centers. According to survey analysis results, the main complaints were peripheral oedema, chest pain, thirst, lack of appetite. 51 % of patients with arterial hypertension had AU. Diabetes or hyperglycemia history was associated with 65,5 % prevalence of AU. AU was found in 44 % overweight patients and in 49 % of patients with obesity. AU was found significantly more often in patients with analgesic abuse, with long history of smoking and in those with low physical activity.
Conclusion. Risk of chronic kidney disease in general population can be estimated according to special surveys.

About the Autors


Nagaitseva S.S. – postgraduate of chair of nephrology and hemodialysis of Institute of professional education SBEU HPE First Moscow State Medical University n.a. I.M. Sechenov of Ministry of Healthcare of Russian Federation
Shvetsov M.Yu. – MD, PhD, leading research officer of nephrology section of Research Institute of Uronephrology and Human Reproductive Health, associated professor of chair of nephrology and hemodialysis of Institute of professional education SBEU HPE First Moscow State Medical University n.a. I.M. Sechenov of Ministry of Healthcare of Russian Federation
Gerasimov A.N. – PhD, head of chair of medical informatics and statistics of medico-praphylaxis faculty of SBEU HPE First Moscow State Medical University n.a. I.M. Sechenov of Ministry of Healthcare of Russian Federation
Shalyagin Yu.D. – head of section of noninfectious diseases risk factor monitoring of Medical prophylaxis brunch of SAUHMR Clinical center of restoration medicine and rehabilitation
Ivanova E.S., MD, PhD, professor of chair of medical rehabilitation and physiotherapy of postgraduate faculty of SBUHMR Moscow Regional Research Clinical Institute n.a. M.F. Valdimirskii, chief medical officer SAUHMR Clinical center of restoration medicine and rehabilitation
Shilov E.M., MD, PhD, professor, head of chair of nephrology and hemodialysis of Institute of professional education SBEU HPE First Moscow State Medical University n.a. I.M. Sechenov of Ministry of Healthcare of Russian Federation


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