Dietary consumption in the Swiss Kidney Stone Cohort-NCCR Kidney.CH

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serval:BIB_B6F587562BE1
Type
Article: article from journal or magazin.
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Publications
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Title
Dietary consumption in the Swiss Kidney Stone Cohort-NCCR Kidney.CH
Journal
Swiss Medical Weekly
Author(s)
Legay C., Pasquier J., Fuster D., Dhayat N., Seeger H., Ritter A., Ernandez T., Stoermann-Chopard C., Buchkremer F., Segerer S., Wuerzner G., Haeusermann T., Roth B., Wagner C. A., Bochud Murielle, Bonny O.
ISSN
1424-3997
Publication state
Published
Issued date
2021
Volume
151
Number
SUPPL 256
Pages
18S-19S
Language
english
Notes
L636868908
2022-01-14
Abstract
Background: Kidney stones are a frequent condition, with a prevalence around 5-10% in Europe. Previous studies showed associations between kidney stones and diet. Thus, studying kidney stone formers' diet is of key importance to establish efficient dietary measures for the prevention and management of kidney stones. Methods: The Swiss Kidney Stone Cohort (SKSC) is a multicentric cohort of stone formers. Participants were seen at baseline, 3 months, 1 year and once a year during 3 years. A control group of non-stone formers was recruited in the general adult population. Repeated consecutive 24-h dietary recalls and 24-h urines were collected. We used two consecutive 24-h dietary recalls at baseline to describe the diet in the stone and non-stone former groups. For each participant, we used the average consumption of 19 food groups from the two recalls as response variables in two-part models that estimate separately the kidney stone status influence on the probability of consumption (logistic regression) and on the amount reported by consumers (linear regression). The covariables in the models were kidney stone status, age, sex, BMI, linguistic region and education level. Results: The characteristics of the 458 participants with two 24-h dietary recalls at baseline are summarized in Table 1. The sex-specific mean consumed amounts for each food group were similar between the two groups, except for vegetables and alcoholic beverages (Table 2). In the two-part model (Table 3), the kidney stone status was significantly associated with the probability of consuming nuts and seeds, cakes and biscuits as well as alcoholic beverages. Among consumers, kidney stone formers reported smaller amounts of vegetables and alcoholic beverages than non-formers. Conclusions: Overall, the diets of kidney stone formers and non-formers are similar. We observed associations of kidney stone status with vegetables and alcoholic beverages consumption. This data helps guiding food recommendations in stone formers in Switzerland.
Keywords
adult, alcoholic beverage, biscuit, body mass, cohort analysis, conference abstract, consumer, controlled study, diet, education, educational status, female, human, linear regression analysis, major clinical study, male, nephrolithiasis, nut, plant seed, probability, recall, response variable, Switzerland, vegetable
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21/01/2022 15:16
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