In 196 adult patients with chronic renal disease or primary hypertension, the evaluation of glomerular filtration rate (GFR) by means of creatinine clearance, 'predicted' creatinine clearance and [125I]-iothalamate clearance was performed. Iothalamate clearance was evaluated after subcutaneous injection of the substance . In patients with normal or upper borderline plasma creatinine values, the iothalamate clearance ranged from 44 to 117 ml/min/1.73 m2 and the overestimation of GFR from creatinine clearance was negligible. In patients with mild or advanced renal failure, the overestimation of GFR from creatinine clearance increased up to 18 and 32%, respectively. The clinical usefulness of iothalamate clearance is evident especially in patients with mild renal failure, in whom an accurate evaluation of GFR is often important for a correct dietary and therapeutic approach.

125I-iothalamate and creatinine clearances in patients with chronic renal diseases

LUPO, Antonio;MASCHIO, Giuseppe
1979

Abstract

In 196 adult patients with chronic renal disease or primary hypertension, the evaluation of glomerular filtration rate (GFR) by means of creatinine clearance, 'predicted' creatinine clearance and [125I]-iothalamate clearance was performed. Iothalamate clearance was evaluated after subcutaneous injection of the substance . In patients with normal or upper borderline plasma creatinine values, the iothalamate clearance ranged from 44 to 117 ml/min/1.73 m2 and the overestimation of GFR from creatinine clearance was negligible. In patients with mild or advanced renal failure, the overestimation of GFR from creatinine clearance increased up to 18 and 32%, respectively. The clinical usefulness of iothalamate clearance is evident especially in patients with mild renal failure, in whom an accurate evaluation of GFR is often important for a correct dietary and therapeutic approach.
chronic renal disease; evaluation of glomerular filtration rate; [125I]-iothalamate clearance
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