Nutritional Aspects of Chronic Renal Disease in Children
Documenting the nutritional status of the patient, and perhaps the mother, prior to as well as during the clinical onset of the disease.
Determining the specific pathogenetic effects of the renal disease which alter the nutritional status of the patient as the natural history of the disease evolves into its progressively severe clinical manifestations.
Assessing the influence that the therapeutic regimen may have in contributing to the nutritional status of the patient.
KeywordsCholesterol Zinc Osteoporosis Dementia Anemia
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