Arterial hypertension and microalbuminuria in IDDM: The Italian Microalbuminuria Study

@article{Mangili2004ArterialHA,
  title={Arterial hypertension and microalbuminuria in IDDM: The Italian Microalbuminuria Study},
  author={Ruggero Mangili and Giacomo Deferrari and U. Mario and Ottavio Giampietro and Renzo Navalesi and Romano Nosadini and Gianluigi Rigamonti and Riccardo Spezia and Gaetano Crepaldi and The Italian Microalbuminuria Study Group},
  journal={Diabetologia},
  year={2004},
  volume={37},
  pages={1015-1024}
}
  • Ruggero Mangili, Giacomo Deferrari, +7 authors The Italian Microalbuminuria Study Group
  • Published in Diabetologia 2004
  • Medicine
  • SummaryArterial hypertension and poor glycaemic control are central to the development of microalbuminuria in insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM). Recent consensus has established sensitive criteria for their detection and treatment, although the proportion of patients who may benefit is unclear. Between 1988 and 1990, we measured urinary albumin to creatinine concentration ratio (A/C) in 3,636 adult out-patients with IDDM of more than 3 years duration, serum creatinine under 133 Μmol/l… CONTINUE READING

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