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JARMS. 2012; 4(1): 58-61


A Study On The Homocysteine And Malondialdehyde Level And Their Correlationship In Cases Of Idiopathic Hypertension

*Avanish Mishra,**Manish Kumar Mishra,***Ajay Kumar,****Rina Sharma,*****Akhaouri R Sinha.

Abstract
Background: This study comprised of Homocysteine and MDA estimation in cases of idiopathic hypertension. Objective: The objective of the present study was to establish the correlationship between homocysteine and MDA to predict early idiopathic hypertension. Material and Method: The present study included 50 patients of idiopathic hypertension having BP in the range of 160-210/90-110mmHg as an average and newly diagnosed idiopathic hypertension which was established on the basis of history and clinical examination and who had not taken any medicine for at least one week before selection of patients. It was made sure that they were not suffering from any other underlying disorders. We also selected 30 control volunteers. The homocysteine and MDA were estimated in all serum samples. Result: It was observed that homocysteine as well as MDA was significantly elevated in hypertensive patients as compared to control (p

Key words: Homocysteine, MDA, Idiopathic Hypertension



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