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Correlation between the Acute Cerebral Infarction and the Levels of Renal Function Indexes

ZHAO Peng;ZHAO Xing-juan;ZHENG Ya-ke;LI Wei;LI Rong;SUN Zheng-yu;Three wards of the Department of Neurology,First People's Hospital of Zhengzhou City;  
Objective: To investigate the correlation between acute cerebral infarction and the levels of urinary albumin(U-Alb), urine acid(UA), creatinine(CR) and blood urea nitrogen(BUN). Methods: The U-Alb, UA, Cr, BUN levels in the infarction group(164 patients with acute cerebral infarction) and the control group(170 healthy physical examinees) were detected. The neurological deficits in the infarction group were evaluated by NIHSS. Results: The levels of U-Alb, UA, Cr and BUN in the infarction group were significantly higher than those in the control group(P0.05). The severity of neurological function in the infarction group was correlated with U-Alb, UA, CR and BUN levels(P0.05). Conclusion: Acute cerebral infarction is closely associated with U-Alb, UA, CR and BUN levels.
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