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Title: An unfavorable intrauterine environment may determine renal functional capacity in adulthood: a meta-analysis
Authors: SENRA, Janaina CamposCARVALHO, Mariana AzevedoRODRIGUES, Agatha SacramentoKREBS, Vera Lucia JornadaGIBELLI, Maria Augusta Bento CicaroniFRANCISCO, Rossana Pulcineli VieiraBERNARDES, Lisandra Stein
Citation: CLINICS, v.73, article ID UNSP e401, 9p, 2018
Abstract: Since studies show that an unfavorable environment during intrauterine development predisposes individuals to several diseases in adulthood, our objective is to assess the relation between fetal growth restriction and chronic renal disease in adults. We searched four different electronic databases through November 2017: CENTRAL, EMBASE, LILACS and MEDLINE. We selected studies with longitudinal or transversal designs associating kidney function in adulthood with low birth weight. Two reviewers evaluated the inclusion criteria and the risk of bias and extracted data from the included papers. Thirteen studies were selected for the systematic review and meta-analysis. We observed increased risks of presenting end-stage renal disease (risk ratio 1.31, 95% confidence interval: 1.17, 1.47), a lower glomerular filtration rate (ml/min) (mean difference 7.14; 95% confidence interval: -12.12, -2.16), microalbuminuria (risk ratio 1.40; 95% confidence interval: 1.28, 1.52) and a small increase in the albumin/creatinine ratio (mean difference 0.46; 95% confidence interval: 0.03, 0.90) in the low birth weight patients, compared with control group. These findings suggest that low birth weight is associated with renal dysfunction in adults.
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