Some Questions of a Clinical Nephrologist Concerning Nutritional Therapy and Patients with Chronic Renal Failure
This chapter poses some questions about nutritional therapy in patients with chronic renal failure.
KeywordsGlomerular Filtration Rate Chronic Renal Failure Salt Intake Chronic Renal Disease Nutritional Therapy
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