Correlation of Microalbuminuria and Multiple Risk Factors in Acute Coronary Syndrome

Bhalavi Vaishali, Ghanekar Gayatri
International Journal of Science and Research   unpublished
The current study was undertaken at tertiary care center, Bhopal, MP, Central India. with the objective is to study the occurrence of microalbuminuria in acute coronary syndrome and to find their association with multiple cardiovascular risk factors. Materials and Methods: The present study was carried out during period jun2009 to 2010 on patients presenting to the cardiology department Hamidia hospital, Bhopal, MP. It was an observational comparison study in which comparison of two groups
more » ... ding to the presence and absence of microalbuminuria in patient diagnosed to have acute coronary syndrome after proper history, thorough clinical examination and investigations and find their correlation with multiple risk factors for acute coronary syndrome. Results and Conclusions: This observation implies that microalbuminuria is significantly more commonly seen in patients with acute coronary syndrome as compared to healthy adults of same biological characteristics. The difference between occurrence of microalbuminuria was significant in cases with multiple risk factors than any isolated single risk factors.