Figure 628

Proteinuria as a marker for progressive renal disease. Nephrotic proteinuria may be a more important and independent marker for progression of renal disease than is hypertension. That is, patients in whom massive proteinuria and hypertension coexist have the worst renal prognosis. In a study of over 400 patients with renal insufficiency followed over 2 years, Locatelli and coworkers [38] found that patients who had both a mean blood pressure (BP) higher than 107 mm Hg and protein excretion of 1 to 3 g/24 h had the lowest rates of renal survival.

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