Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is associated with the development of cardivascular disease (CVD). CKD is one of the major public health problems in Mexico. Derived parameters of lipid profile, namely atherogenic index of plasma (AIP), atherogenic coefficient (AC), and Castelli risk index (CRI I and CRI II) are useful for predicting hypertension among CKD patients on hemodialysis that are not widely reported from Mexico. Objective of the present study was to find interrelationships among blood pressure, fasting plasma glucose (FPG), and derived parameters of lipid profile (AIP, AC, CRI-I, and CRI-II) among adult CKD patients on hemodialysis in a hospital in Yucatan, Mexico. Methods: An observational study was performed using the medical records (2016 and 2017) of 47 CKD patients on hemodialysis in the Regional High Speciality Hospital of Yucatan Peninsula (HRAEPY in Spanish acronym). Multiple linear regression models were developed to evaluate the use of FPG level and derived parameters of lipid profile (AC, CRI-I, and CRI-II) as risk factors predicting mean arterial pressure (MAP). Results showed remarkable prevalence of excess weight (55% overweight, 15% obesity) and hypertension (64%) in the sample. Correlation coeffcients and multiple linear regression models showed significant rise of blood pressure in association with elevated FPG level and derived lipid profile parameters. The results confirm the use of FPG, AC, CRI-I and CRI-II as the indicators for an early diagnosis of hypertension and related CVDs among CKD patients on hemodialysis.