Functional Abnormalities of the Autonomic Nervous System in Uremic and Dialysis Patients
Abnormalities in the function of the autonomic nervous system are encountered in patients with uremia.1–8 These are listed in Table I.
KeywordsAutonomic Nervous System Dialysis Patient Valsalva Maneuver Heart Rate Response Uremic Patient
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