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On uric acid and arterial tension.

Haig, Alexander

On uric acid and arterial tension.

by Haig, Alexander

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Published by British Medical Association in London .
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Thank you for your interest in spreading the word about The BMJ. NOTE: We only request your email address so that the person you are recommending the page to knows that you wanted them to see it, and that it is not junk mail. Haig A. On uric acid and arterial tension. BMJ ;1: – Crossref | PubMed; Huchard H. Arteriolosclerosis: Including its cardiac form. JAMA ;– Niskanen LK, Laaksonen DE, Nyyssonen K, et al. Uric acid level as a risk factor for cardiovascular and all-cause mortality in middle-aged men: a prospective cohort study.

Uric Acid and Hypertension Because of Arterial Stiffness. Masanari Kuwabara, Mehmet Kanbay; and ; Ichiro Hisatome; From the Department of Cardiology, Toranomon Hospital, Tokyo, Japan (M. Kuwabara)Division of Renal Diseases and Hypertension, University of Colorado, Denver, School of Medicine (M. Kuwabara)Division of Nephrology, Department of Internal Medicine, Koç University .   Niacin can be useful to raise HDL, reduce small LDL particles, and reduce triglycerides, but it’s not without its problems: higher blood sugars, higher uric acid and gout, the annoying “hot flush,” and—given its mixture of effects—failure to reduce risk for cardiovascular events. I stopped using niacin altogether when it became clear that the strategies [ ].

Uric acid as a factor in the causation of disease: a contribution to the pathology of high arterial tension, headache, epilepsy, mental depression, gout, rheumatism, Bright's disease, and other disorders by Haig, Alexander, ; Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh. the link between serum uric acid and CV disease was not always statistically independent of other factors such as hypertension, renal disease, and diabetes. In the s, uric acid was removed from some of the com-mon laboratory panels, markedly reducing the available epidemiologic data on uric acid in otherwise healthy pa-.


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On uric acid and arterial tension by Haig, Alexander Download PDF EPUB FB2

Uric acid-induced renal vasoconstriction mediated by endothelial dysfunction with reduced NO levels and by activation of the renin-angiotensin system. This hypertension type is salt-resistant in that it 28 occurs even in the presence of a low-salt diet, and it responds to lowering of UA On Uric Acid and Arterial Tension.

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Uric Acid As a Factor in the Causation of Disease: A Contribution to the Pathology of High Arterial Tension, HeadacheAuthor: Alexander Haig. Uric Acid as a Factor in the Causation of Disease: A Contribution to the Pathology of High Arterial Tension, Headache, Epilepsy, Mental Depression, and Other Disorders [Haig, Alexander] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Uric Acid as a Factor in the Causation of Disease: A Contribution to the Pathology of High Arterial Tension, HeadacheAuthor: Alexander Haig. Uric Acid as a Factor in the Causation of Disease: A Contribution to the Pathology of High Arterial Tension, Headache, Epilepsy, Mental Depression, Paroxysmal Hæmoglobinuria and Anæmia, Bright's Disease, Diabetes, Gout, Rheumatism, and Other Disorders: Author: Alexander Haig: Edition: 2: Publisher: Churchill, Length: pages: Export.

Uric acid and arterial stiffness. The association between serum uric and arterial stiffness has been reported in scant few studies. In a study involving Caucasian patients, newly diagnosed, never-treated hypertensive subjects, uric acid positively correlated with cf-PWV in both men and women after adjusting for confounders In Taiwanese patients with essential hypertension (64 women Cited by: 7.

Uric acid (UA) is associated with the risk of incident coronary heart disease. • Elevated UA level is associated with On uric acid and arterial tension.

book risk of congestive heart failure. • Elevated UA level is associated with the risk of arterial hypertension, stroke or atrial fibrillation. • Elevated UA is associated with the risk of all-cause and cardiovascular.

Elevated serum uric acid level has been associated with increased risk for developing hypertension. 8–18 The Normative Aging Study (NAS), a longitudinal study of aging begun in and with ongoing follow-up, presented a unique opportunity to examine the relationship between serum uric acid level and the development of hypertension.

The. 1. A short historical perspective. Uric acid (UA; 7,9-hihydro-1H-purine-2,6,8(3H)-trione; empiric formula C 5 H 4 N 4 O 3; molecular weight of Da) is a heterocyclic organic compound and an end product of purine metabolism in humans and great ical records show that UA crystals were first described by Antoni van Leeuwenhoek in in gouty tophus and, 50 years later, by.

In this population of children with normal renal function who were undergoing initial evaluation for hyper-tension, a serum uric acid value > mg/dL had a positive predictive value of 82% for primary hypertension.

The sensitivity and specificity of a serum uric acid value > mg/dL for primary hypertension were 87% and 86%, respectively. The Lancet CARBONIC ACID AS A FACTOR IN THE GENESIS OF THE GOUTY STATE. DonaldF.

Shearer M.B. OXON., F.R.C.S. ENG. THE origin of the gouty state, in which it is usual to group together clinically gout, arterio-sclerosis, and chronic inter- stitial nephritis, is commonly attributed to the over-production or the retention of uric acid or its salts within the body ; and a bewildering wealth of.

On Uric Acid and Arterial Tension. British medical journal. ; 1 ()– Epub /02/ [PMC free article] Feig DI, Soletsky B, Johnson RJ. Effect of allopurinol on blood pressure of adolescents with newly diagnosed essential hypertension: a randomized trial.

-h urinary uric acid excretion, as proxy for uric acid production, with ambulatory h blood pressure and hypertension. Methods: Cross-sectional analyses were conducted among individuals [52% men, mean age ± years; 27% type 2 diabetes (by design)] from The Maastricht Study.

Multivariable regression analyses were performed to investigate the association of serum uric acid and Increased levels of uric acid (UA) have been shown to be correlated with many clinical conditions. Uric acid may adversely affect the insulin signalling pathway inducing insulin resistance (IR).

Several studies report the association between arterial stiffness (AS), an early indicator of atherosclerosis, and UA. The purpose of the present study was to evaluate the association between UA and AS. Uric acid was first associated with primary hypertension inyet its role in this condition remains unclear.

Historically, uric acid was thought to be a secondary response to hypertension or. A.F. Cicero, M. Rosticci, F. Fogacci, et serum uric acid is associated to poorly controlled blood pressure and higher arterial stiffness in hypertensive subjects Eur J Intern Med, 37 (), pp.

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Uric acid as a factor in the causation of disease: a contribution to the pathology of high arterial tension, head-ache, epilepsy, mental depression, paroxysmal hæmoglobinuria and anæmia, Bright's disease, diabetes, gout, rheumatism, and other disorders.

[Alexander Haig]. During milder hypoxemia with arterial O2 tension between and kPa (group 3, FiO2=), or in the control group (group 4, FiO2K=), neither of.

Most of the time, a high uric acid level occurs when your kidneys don't eliminate uric acid efficiently. Things that may cause this slow-down in the removal of uric acid include rich foods, being overweight, having diabetes, taking certain diuretics (sometimes.

An elevated uric acid is observed in 89% of new onset essential hypertension in adolescents and the level of uric acid correlates closely (r=) with the systolic BP. Raising serum uric acid in rats results in the hemodynamic, pathological, and clinical characteristics of.

Introduction: Hyperuricemia constitutes a risk for many organs and its prevalence is high ranging from % up to 35% in developing countries.

HU relation to arterial hypertension was pointed out in the end of the XIX century and is recognized as independent cardiovascular risk factor.

Thus HU is less studied in our environment which justifies our work to determine prevalence and with HU. Ethanol also increases lactic acid level in blood which inhibits uric acid excretion. Epidemiological study also showed that the relationship is dose dependent [32].

In addition, habitual drinkers have a higher BP and a higher prevalence of hypertension than non-drinkers, regardless of race, gender, and age [14].of an elevated tension of oxidative- redox stress and ROS in many of the groups is the importance of the MS and insulin resistance.

Uric acid, MS, T2DM, and atheroscleropathy The importance of hyperuricemia and the clustering phe-nomenon of the metabolic syndrome were first described by Kylin in when he described the clustering of three.