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Med Arch. 2021; 75(1): 11-15


Changes of Certain Metabolic and Cardiovascular Markers Fructosamine, H-FABP and Lipoprotein (a) in Patients with Hypothyroidism

Ahmed Naseer Kaftan, Farah H. Naser, Muslim A. Enaya.


Abstract

Background: Disorders of thyroid gland are common in general population, and it’s the most common affecting the endocrine system after diabetes mellitus. Thyroid function regulates a wide range of metabolic parameters, as well as affects some cardiovascular disease risk factors. Fructosamine is produced by a reaction between albumin (protein) and glucose; it is used to monitor patients with diabetes for short-term glycemic changes. H-FABP is present in the cytoplasm of cardiac myocytes, and delivers fatty acids into these cells. It has been shown to increase in myocardial injury. Lipoprotein LP(a) is consist of a special apolipoprotein called apoprotein (a), and it’s recognized as a cardiovascular disease independent risk factor. Objective: To study whether certain metabolic and cardiovascular markers (fructosamine, H-FABP and lipoprotein (a) are changed in hypothyroid patients. Methods: The current study included 280 overt hypothyroid, 272 with subclinical hypothyroidism compared with 270 healthy individuals of matched age and gender. For all subjects serum (TSH, T4, T3, FBS, HbA1c, fructosamine, triglycerides, cholesterol, lipoprotein (a), and Heart-type Fatty Acid-Binding Protein (H-FABP)) was measured. Results: Serum fructosamine level significantly elevated (p value

Key words: fructosamine, H-FABP, lipoprotein (a), hypothyroidism.






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