Impact of fractional excretion of sodium on a single morning void urine collection as an estimate of 24-hour urine sodium

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Nowson, Carol A., Lim, Karen, Campbell, Norm R. C., O'Connell, Stella L., He, Feng J. and Daly, Robin M.. (2019) Impact of fractional excretion of sodium on a single morning void urine collection as an estimate of 24-hour urine sodium. Journal of Clinical Hypertension. 21(12), pp. 1763 - 1770. https://doi.org/10.1111/jch.13725
AuthorsNowson, Carol A., Lim, Karen, Campbell, Norm R. C., O'Connell, Stella L., He, Feng J. and Daly, Robin M.
Abstract

The standard for assessing dietary sodium intake is to measure 24‐hour urine sodium. On average, 93% of daily sodium intake is excreted over 24‐hours. Expense and difficulties in obtaining complete 24‐hour collections have led to the measurement of sodium concentration in spot and single‐void urine samples, using predictive equations to estimate 24‐hour urine sodium. Although multiple predictive equations have been developed, in addition to having an average bias, all the equations overestimate 24‐hour sodium at lower levels of 24‐hour sodium and underestimate 24‐hour urine sodium at higher levels of 24‐hour sodium. One of the least biased estimating equations is the INTERSALT equation, which incorporates a spot urine creatinine concentration. The authors hypothesized that differential fractional excretion of sodium (FeNa)(derived from a morning void collection) relative to creatinine would impact on the accuracy of the INTERSALT equation in estimating 24‐hour urine sodium. In a prospective study of 139 adults aged 65 years and over, three sequential morning void and 24‐hour urine samples were examined. There was a significant correlation between increasing FENa and the difference between estimated and measured 24‐hours urine sodium (r = 0.358, P < .01). In the lowest quartile of FENa, the INTERSALT equation overestimated 24‐hour urine sodium, but underestimated 24‐hour urine sodium with greater magnitude in each of the subsequent quartiles of FENa. Differential excretion of sodium relative to creatinine, potentially impacted by renal blood flow and hydration, among other factors, affected the accuracy of the INTERSALT equation. Additional research may refine the INTERSALT and other predictive equations to increase their accuracy.

Keywords24‐hours urine collection; salt intake; sodium; spot urine collection
Year2019
JournalJournal of Clinical Hypertension
Journal citation21 (12), pp. 1763 - 1770
PublisherLe Jacq Communications, Inc.
ISSN1524-6175
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1111/jch.13725
Scopus EID2-s2.0-85074838038
Page range1763 - 1770
Research GroupMary MacKillop Institute for Health Research
Place of publicationUnited States of America
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