Prediction of renal function (GFR) from cystatin C and creatinine in children: Body cell mass increases accuracy of the estimate

Trine Borup Andersen, Lars Jødal, Martin Bøgsted, Erland J. Erlandsen, Anni Eskild-Jensen, Jørgen Frøkiær, Jens Brøchner-Mortensen

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AIM: To derive an accurate prediction model for estimating glomerular filtration rate (GFR) in children based primarily on the endogenous renal function marker cystatin C (CysC) and body cell mass (BCM).

THEORY: Cystatin C is produced at a constant rate in all cells of the body and is excreted by glomerular filtration followed by catabolization in the tubular cells. We hypothesized that production rate is proportional to body cell mass (BCM) and inferred GFR (mL/min) to be proportional to BCM/CysC.

MATERIAL AND METHODS: GFR was determined with 51Cr-EDTA-clearance in 131 children (52 girls, 79 boys) aged 2-14 years (mean 8.8 years). GFR was 14-147 mL/min/1.73m2 (mean 97 mL/min/1.73m2). BCM was estimated using bioimpedance spectroscopy (Xitron Hydra 4200). Log-transformed data on BCM/CysC, serum creatinine (SCr), body-surface-area (BSA), height x BSA/SCr, serum CysC, weight, sex, age, height, serum urea and albumin were considered possible explanatory variables using robust regression in a forward, stepwise procedure. GFR (mL/min) was the dependent variable. The accuracy and precision of the prediction model were compared to other prediction models from the literature, using leave-one-out cross validation. Local constants and coefficients were calculated for all models.

RESULTS: New prediction equation GFR (mL/min) = (BCM/CysC)^0.40 x (heightxBSA/SCr)^0.65 x 10.2 could predict 130/131 within 30% of reference GFR, and 87/131 within 10%. This was higher than all other equations, see Table I. The present equation also had the highest R2 and the narrowest 95% limits of agreement.

CONCLUSION: The new equation predicts GFR with higher accuracy than other equations. Endogenous methods are, however, still not accurate enough to replace exogenous markers when GFR must be determined with high accuracy.

 

Table I. Bias, 95% limits of agreement (LOA), R2, root mean squared error (RMSE) and percentages of estimates within 10% and 30% of measured GFR of log-transformed data.

Reference

Bias

(%)

95% LOA

(%)

R2

RMSE

Within 30%

(%)

Within 10%

(%)

Schwartz, 1976

-1.1*

-29.9; 26.8*

0.68

14.2*

95.4

50.4

Bökenkamp, 1998

0.07*

-32.6; 32.8*

0.57

16.61*

89.4

41.7

Filler, 2003

0.12

-29.9; 43.1

0.70

0.181

90.1

42.4

Bouvet, 2006

0.10

-23.1; 30.1

0.93

0.133

96.2

57.2

Zappitelli, 2006

0.03

-20.3; 25.5

0.88

0.115

97.7

61.8

Schwartz, 2008

0.01

-20.4; 25.7

0.88

0.156

96.9

64.1

Present work, 2010

0.02

-18.5; 22.8

0.96

0.104

99.2

66.4

*Not log-transformed

OriginalsprogEngelsk
Publikationsdato2011
StatusUdgivet - 2011
Udgivet eksterntJa
Begivenhedphd day 2011 - aarhus, Danmark
Varighed: 14 jan. 201114 jan. 2011

Konference

Konferencephd day 2011
LandDanmark
Byaarhus
Periode14/01/201114/01/2011

Emneord

  • Cystatin C
  • Glomerular filtration rate
  • Bioelectric impedance spectroscopy

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