High glomerular filtration rate (HGFR) is associated with cardiovascular damage in the setting of various conditions such as obesity and diabetes. Prediabetes was also associated with increased GFR, however, the association between prediabetes, HGFR and cardiovascular damage has not been investigated. In this study, we investigated the association between HGFR and early markers of cardiovascular disease in subjects with prediabetes.

High glomerular filtration rate is associated with impaired arterial stiffness and subendocardial viability ratio in prediabetic subjects

Di Pino, Antonino;Scicali, Roberto;Marchisello, Simona;Zanoli, Luca;Ferrara, Viviana;Urbano, Francesca;Filippello, Agnese;Di Mauro, Stefania;Scamporrino, Alessandra;Piro, Salvatore;Castellino, Pietro;Purrello, Francesco;Rabuazzo, Agata M
2021-01-01

Abstract

High glomerular filtration rate (HGFR) is associated with cardiovascular damage in the setting of various conditions such as obesity and diabetes. Prediabetes was also associated with increased GFR, however, the association between prediabetes, HGFR and cardiovascular damage has not been investigated. In this study, we investigated the association between HGFR and early markers of cardiovascular disease in subjects with prediabetes.
2021
Arterial stiffness
Cardiovascular risk
High glomerular filtration rate
Prediabetes
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