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The significance of micro- and macrovascular biomarkers on cardiovascular outcome in chronic kidney disease: a prospective cohort study

Cseprekál, O ; Egresits, J ; Tabák, Á ; Nemcsik, J ; Járai, Z ; Babos, L ; Fodor, E ; Farkas, K ; Godina, G ; Kárpáthi, K I ; Kerkovits, L ; Marton, A ; Nemcsik-Bencze, Z ; Németh, Z ; Sallai, L ; Kiss, I ; Tislér, A


Measures of small and large artery dysfunction have not been investigated in a single cohort for the prediction of cardiovascular (CV) events in patients with nondialysed (ND) chronic kidney disease (CKD). This prospective cohort study aimed to determine whether central pulse wave velocity (cPWV), central pulse pressure (CPP) or microvascular post-occlusive reactive hyperaemia area (PORHHA) ...


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