The Role of the Hormones Copeptin, Cortisol, and the Immune Marker Acute Phase Protein C in the Case of Male and Female Hypertension and Hypertensive Patients

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Shatha H. Shaker , Zaid M.M. Almahdawi

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This study was conducted on patients with hypertension and diabetes of both sexes in Salah al-Din Governorate. The study started from the beginning of December 2019 until the first of March 2020, and the study included 90 people distributed into six groups. Blood samples were collected from the patients and healthy subjects and then serum was separated for subsequent tests.


 This study aimed to obtain more clarification of some hormonal and immunological variennts in patients with high blood pressure and diabetes, and to know the effect of this increase on the changes in the concentrations of the hormones copeptin and cortisol, as well as studying the role of the inflammational c-rp marker. The results of the study showed a "high significant increase (p ≤ 0.01) in the concentration of the two hormones copeptin and cortisol in the blood serum of groups of hypertension, hypertension and diabetic patients compared with the healthy control group. A high significant increase (p 0.01) in the concentration of c-rp in serum of hypertension , hypertension and diabetic patients compared with healthy control groups.

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Shatha H. Shaker , Zaid M.M. Almahdawi. (2021). The Role of the Hormones Copeptin, Cortisol, and the Immune Marker Acute Phase Protein C in the Case of Male and Female Hypertension and Hypertensive Patients. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 1232–1240. Retrieved from https://www.annalsofrscb.ro/index.php/journal/article/view/4475
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