J Korean Soc Pediatr Nephrol > Volume 3(1); 1999 > Article
Journal of the Korean Society of Pediatric Nephrology 1999;3(1): 57-63.
집단뇨검사(Urinary mass screening) 방법으로 단백뇨와 혈뇨의 동시검사가 가지는 진단적 가치에 대한 연구
김영균, 이종국
1인제대학교 서울백병원 소아과학교실
2인제대학교 서울백병원 소아과학교실
A study of Diagnostic Significance of Simultaneous Examination of Proteinuria and Hematuria in the Urinary Mass Screening
Young-Kyoun Kim, Chong-Guk Lee
1Department of Pediatrics, Seoul Paik Hospital, Inje University, College of Medicine
2Department of Pediatrics, Seoul Paik Hospital, Inje University, College of Medicine
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ABSTRACT
Purpose : To evaluate the diagnostic significance of simultaneous examination of hematuria and proteinuria in the urinary mass screening for early detection ot incipient renal diseases. Method and Object : During the period of 4 months from August to December in 1997, we did urinary mass screening on students of first grade of high school (16 years aged group) nationwide together with Korean Association of Health(KAH). In the first screening test, Comber-10 $N^{(R)}$ M dipsticks were used to detect proteinuria, hematuria, pyuria and nitrite simultaneously. Total 26,508 students (16 years aged group) from 33 high schools in every province in Korea, respectively, complied to the urinary mass screening. After then, one high school in Seoul was selected to reveal the true incidence of incipient renal diseases among students who showed hematuria in the initial screening through intensive examinations. Those who had hematuria and/or proteinuria visited the Paik hospital, and underwent blood tests and ultrasonographic examinations. The results were evaluated. Results 1) The initial screening revealed that the prevalence of proteinuria, hematuria, pyuria and positive nitrite urine, were $0.73%,;2.69%,;0.23%;and;0.03%$, respectively. 2) The first urinary screening among 875 students from one high school in Seoul selected fir the second test showed proteinuria, hematuria, pyuria and positive nitrite urine, were $0.91%,;4.68%,;0.34%;and;0%$, respectively. a) Total 8 among 875 students showed proteinuria, but one of them had orthostatic proteinuria and those remaining 7 students had transient proteinuria. b) There were 41 students who had hematuria in the initial screening. Among 33 who complied the second test, only one student showed asymptomatic isolated hematuria and those remaining students were normal.
Conclusion : 1) Because of high false positive hematuria rate in the urinary mass screening, it dosen't seem to be appropriate that hematuria screening using dipsticks be included in the urinary mass screening. 2) A unified organization is needed from the fret that so various results of urinary mass screening came out. 3) Positive rates of pyuria and nitrite were so low that validity of urinary mass screening for urinary tract infection needs more studies.
Key words: Urinary mass screening | Proteinuria | Hematuria
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