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Ketoanalogues of aminoacids

D Malvy, C Maingourd, J Pengloan, P Bagros, H Nivet
OBJECTIVE: To compare a severe protein restriction diet supplemented with ketoanalogues to a moderate protein restriction diet in order to limit glomerular filtration rate (GFR) decrease in an advanced renal insufficiency stage. DESIGN: Prospective randomised study conducted to compare a severe protein restriction diet (0.30 g/kg/day) supplemented with a preparation of ketoanalogues, hydroxyanalogues of aminoacids and aminoacids (Group A) to a moderate protein restriction diet (0...
October 1999: Journal of the American College of Nutrition
S Giovannetti, G Barsotti, E Morelli, F Ciardella, G Mariani, N Molea, F Panicucci, B Rossi
Conventional conservative treatment of chronic uremia is aimed at reducing protein intake to a minimum level compatible with nitrogen balance. A great progress in this field is represented by a low protein diet associated with some essential aminoacids and ketoanalogues. A group of 20 patients with chronic renal failure at an advanced stage has been studied and good results have been obtained with a low protein diet (0.2 g/kg/24 h vegetable proteins) associated with essential aminoacids and ketoanalogues.
September 19, 1980: Minerva Medica
M Wigger, H J Stolpe, G Adomssent, E Dr√ľckler, H Hartleib
A report about different kinds of protein restricted diet in conservative treatment of 10 children with renal failure in relation to determined parameter in blood serum and to the development of growth is given in this study. Protein restricted diet with supplementation of essential aminoacids or its ketoanalogues presents a favourable influence to the level of urea in serum and to the development of growth. Recommendations will be given for the praxis of protein restriction, especially in childhood.
April 1989: Kinderärztliche Praxis
A Carpi, F Romano, M Massitelli, F Ciardella
Creatinine clearance, daily urinary protein excretion, serum concentrations of thyroid hormones (TT4, TT3, fT4, fT3), TSH and parathyroid hormone (PTH), have been measured before and after 2 or 6 months of a low protein diet supplemented with aminoacids and ketoanalogues in 18 patients affected by chronic nephrotic syndrome without significant impairment of renal function. Mean creatinine clearance and mean serum protein concentration (79.5 +/- 13.8 ml/min and 5.4 +/- 0.6 g/dl, mean +/- S.D., respectively) did not significantly change (79...
August 1990: Thyroidology
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