The prevalence of hyperuricemia and its correlates in an inland Chinese adult population, urban and rural of Jinan

@article{Yang2012ThePO,
  title={The prevalence of hyperuricemia and its correlates in an inland Chinese adult population, urban and rural of Jinan},
  author={Jianmin Yang and Zhendong Liu and Cheng Zhang and Yingxin Zhao and Shangwen Sun and Shujian Wang and Yuxia Zhao and Yun Zhang and Jifu Li and Fanghong Lu},
  journal={Rheumatology International},
  year={2012},
  volume={33},
  pages={1511-1517}
}
Economy has developed rapidly in China, and the clustering of cardiovascular risk factors in subjects increased remarkably over the past two decades. However, no data are available regarding the temporal prevalence of hyperuricemia and its correlates in this rapidly developing area, especially in the inland area. The cross-sectional survey was based on a random sample of 4,218 residents aged 35–64 years in the Jinan area. Hyperuricemia was defined as serum uric acid ≥416 μmol/L in men and ≥357… CONTINUE READING
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