Intracellular Acid-Base and Energy Metabolism in Uremia: A Preliminary Study on Five Patients Before and During Dialysis Treatment
Part of the Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology book series (AEMB, volume 223)
Failure of uremic patients to excrete end-products of endogenous metabolism necessarily results in a positive acid balance with consequent recruitment of both bone and soft tissue buffers.
KeywordsDialysis Treatment Uremic Patient Quadriceps Femoris Lactate Content Endogenous Metabolism
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