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Krane V, Wanner C  
Cardiovascular Disease and Predisposing Factors in Chronic Renal Failure

Journal of Clinical and Basic Cardiology 2001; 4 (2): 97-100

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Keywords: chronische NiereninsuffizienzDiabetes mellitusDialyseDyslipidämieEntzündungESRDHypertoniekardiovaskuläre Erkrankungkardiovaskuläre Mortalitätkardiovaskulärer RisikofaktorNierenerkrankung-Endstadiumcardiovascular diseasecardiovascular mortalitycardiovascular risk factorschronic renal diseaseDiabetesdialysisdyslipidaemiaend-stage renal diseaseESRDhypertensioninflammation

The cardiovascular mortality in dialysis patients is 10 to 20 times higher than in the general population. Therefore patients with end-stage renal disease should be considered in the highest risk group for subsequent cardiovascular disease. The excess risk is caused by multiple traditional and non-traditional risk factors for ischaemic heart disease. The evaluation of the specific cardiovascular risk profile in each patient, appropriate prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular disease is demanded.
 
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