Association Of Spot Urinary Albumin Creatinine Ratio (UACR) With Coronary Artery Disease
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 1962-1966
AbstractBackground: Microalbuminuria has been recently found to be a marker of
atherogenesis. It is associated with various risk factors of atherogenesis and damage of the
vascular endothelium. There have been few studies in which it has been found that
mortality in cardiovascular disease are increased with microalbuminuria. Urine is
collected over 24 hours and this study has similar sensitivity as urinary albumin creatinine
ratio. A urinary albumin to creatinine ratio is as sensitive as a 24 hours urine study even
though it itself is a gold standard test. In patients with CAD other factors have been
explored then urinary albumin has been recently identified.
Objectives: To assess correlation between urinary albumin creatinine ratio with coronary
artery disease and to correlate Urinary albumin creatinine ratio (UACR) with
Framingham heart study Cardiovascular disease (FHS-CVD) score in all patients of
coronary artery disease.
Methodology: In this study which is cross sectional, Subjects to be included in the study
will be explained regarding the study and proper consent will be obtained. A random urine
sample will be collected. Urinary albumin concentration will be measured by auto analyser
and urine albumin creatinine ratio will be calculated. The values of the same will be
recorded and will be statistically analysed.
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