Improvement of Acidosis in Long-Term Dietary Treatment of Chronic Renal Failure
In chronic renal failure there is reduced capability to excrete titrable acid, particularly in the form of ammonia. Consequently, a slow but progressive depletion of cations initiates from the body with consumption of buffer reserves and generation of acidosis.
KeywordsChronic Renal Failure Dietary Treatment Plasma Amino Acid Glutamine Concentration Plasma Bicarbonate
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