- •SUA can increase blood pressure in the general male population. However, no reverse time sequence relationship was found.
- •The temporal relationships between SUA levels and SBP abnormalities were different in the sex and BMI subgroups.
- •No bidirectional causal temporal relationship was found between SUA elevation and DBP abnormality.
Background and Aims
Methods and Results
Abbreviations:SBP (Systolic blood pressure), DBP (Diastolic blood pressure), SUA (Serum uric acid), BMI (Body Mass Index), HUA (Hyperuricemia), WC (Waist circumference), HC (Hip circumference), TG (Triglyceride), TC (Total cholesterol), HDL-C (High-density lipoprotein cholesterol), LDL-C (Low-density lipoprotein cholesterol), FPG (Fasting plasma glucose), SCr (Serum creatinine), BUN (Blood urea nitrogen), ALT (Alanine aminotransferase), eGFR (Estimated glomerular filtration rate), IQR (Interquartile range)
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