Study the effect of some biochemical variables among women with renal failure and find a relationship between those variables and the progesterone
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  • Eurasian Journal of Biosciences, 2020 - Volume 14 Issue 1, pp. 1175-1180
  • Published Online: 28 May 2020
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Abstract

The study investigates the correlation between the studied biochemical parameters and progesterone. It consisted of 50 patients, which included 25 blood sample from female with signs and symptoms of renal failure, and compared with 25 blood sample from healthy female were their age ranging between 15 and 56 years. High level of urea, creatinine, and uric acid in females with renal failure compared to healthy subjects at a probability level of 0.05, while when comparing the level of the above variables among age groups, the results showed a high level of urea and uric acid in the age group of more than 45 years in both patients and healthy people compared with the age group less than 45 years, while creatine results showed an increase in the age group below 45 years. The results showed low level of calcium at a rate of (2.133 ± 0.250) and the level of progesterone at the probability level of 0.05 in patients. The research included finding progesterone correlation relationships, as the results showed positive relationships among patients with kidney failure with a correlation coefficient of 0.44 with calcium and negative with uric acid with a correlation coefficient value of -0.41.

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