End-stage renal disease patients developed left ventricular hypertrophy, Gezira State- Sudan
Abderrhman Ahmed Mohamed Ismaeil1, Nahla Ahmed Mohammed Abderahman2, Mohammed Ahmed Ibrahim Ahmed3, Hiba Abdeen Yousif Osman4
1Associate professor of Physiology, Faculty of Medicine, Sinnar University, Sinnar State, Sudan.
2Assistant professor of Biochemistry, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Biochemistry, Nile Valley University- Atbara, Sudan.
3Assistant professor of Microbiology, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Microbiology, Nile Valley University- Atbara, Sudan.
4University of Gezira, Faculty of medicine, Master Student.
*Dr. Nahla Ahmed Mohammed Abdurrahman, Assistant professor of Biochemistry, Nile Valley University,
Faculty of Medicine- Atbara, Sudan.
Table 2: Relationship between different variables and LVH
There is a significant relationship between duration of hemodialysis and LVH P value (0.005 )
Table 3: Relationship between duration of haemodialysis and LVH
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