Inflammation is an amplifier of lung congestion by high lv filling pressure in hemodialysis patients: a longitudinal study.

Inflammation is an amplifier of lung congestion by high lv filling pressure in hemodialysis patients: a longitudinal study. J Nephrol. 2020 Jan 08;: Authors: Torino C, Gargani L, Sicari R, Letachowicz K, Ekart R, Fliser D, Covic A, Siamopoulos K, Stavroulopoulos A, Massy ZA, Fiaccadori E, Regolisti G, Bachelet T, Slotki I, Martinez-Castelao A, Coudert-Krier MJ, Rossignol P, Hannedouche T, Wiecek A, Sarafidis P, Battaglia Y, Prohić N, Klinger M, Hojs R, Seiler-Mußler S, Lizzi F, Siriopol D, Balafa O, Shavit L, Loutradis C, Seidowsky A, Tripepi R, Mallamaci F, Tripepi G, Picano E, London GM, Zoccali C Abstract INTRODUCTION: Since inflammation alters vascular permeability, including vascular permeability in the lung, we hypothesized that it can be an amplifier of lung congestion in a category of patients at high risk for pulmonary oedema like end stage kidney disease (ESKD) patients. OBJECTIVE AND METHODS: We investigated the effect modification by systemic inflammation (serum CRP) on the relationship between a surrogate of the filling pressure of the LV [left atrial volume indexed to the body surface area (LAVI)] and lung water in a series of 220 ESKD patients. Lung water was quantified by the number of ultrasound B lines (US-B) on lung US. Six-hundred and three recordings were performed during a 2-year follow up. Longitudinal data analysis was made by the Mixed Linear Model. RESULTS: At baseline, 88 had absent, 101 had mild to moderate lu...
Source: Journal of Nephrology - Category: Urology & Nephrology Authors: Tags: J Nephrol Source Type: research

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