Study Some Haematological And Biochemical Parameters in Patients with Renal Failure in Diyala Province
Keywords:renal failure, biochemical parameters, hematological parameters.
Current study was happened in Baqubah province for kidney failure patients ( in Ibn Sina Center ) for
dialysis in Baqubah teaching hospital and started from September (2016) to march (2017). (100) samples of
blood collected from patients of renal failure, males number (61) and females (39) with age range (10–88)
years and collected (50) samples of blood from healthy individual have been accredited as group control ,
males number (25) and females (25) with age range (10–88) years . Result of current study appeared that the
ratio of disease rate among males (61%) than females (39%) with no significant different between groups
( P>0.05). Result of biochemical parameters expressed increased levels of B.urea, and S.creatinine For
patients when compared with control with significant different between groups (P<0.05), so uric acid was
raised For patients when compared with control but with no significance different between groups (P>0.05),
either albumin and total protein parameters were lowest For patients when compared with control with
significance different between groups (P<0.05). The hematological parameters (HB, PCV, WBC and PLT)
result were noticed decreased For patients when compared with control with significance different between
groups (P<0.05). The conclusions of our study showed the percentage of male patients are more than female,
age periods (31-50 and 51-70) years have high percentage of patients, low levels of all hematological
parameters (HB, PCV, PLT and WBCs) in patients than controls, high levels of biochemical parameters ( B.
urea, S.creatinine, Uric acid) in patients than controlsm , while (Albumin and protein) were low in patients
than controls. The aim of current study is detecting hematological and biochemical parameters changes in
patients with Renal failure in Baqubah province.
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