Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Hypothyroidism and Increased Creatinine Levels and Renal Problems

January 11, 1999

Consistent Reversible Elevations of Serum Creatinine Levels in Severe Hypothyroidism

Stuart H. Kreisman, MDCM; James V. Hennessey, MD

Thyroid dysfunction and kidney disease

P Iglesias and J J Díez
Received 9 December 2008
Accepted 15 December 2008
2009 European Society of Endocrinology

The Renal Manifestations of Thyroid Disease

Laura H. Mariani and Jeffrey S. Berns
Published online before print October 21, 2011, doi: 10.1681/ASN.2010070766
JASN January 1, 2012 vol. 23 no. 1 22-26

Increase in Creatinine Due to Use of Fenofibrate

Hypothyroid patients have increased cholesterol and tryglycerides. To manage this lipids problem, both statins and fenofibrates are used.

Nephrologie. 1999;20(1):41-4.

Fenofibrate increases blood creatinine, but does not change the glomerular filtration rate in patients with mild renal insufficiency

Nephron. 2002;92(3):536-41.

Fenofibrate increases creatininemia by increasing metabolic production of creatinine.

Hottelart C1, El Esper N, Rose F, Achard JM, Fournier A.

False Estimates of Elevated Creatinine

Manpreet Samra, MD and Antoine C Abcar, MD
The Permanent Journal, Perm J. 2012 Spring; 16(2): 51–52.

The fenofibrate can give an increased creatinine reading. It is reversible.

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