237. Nutritional Treatment of Chronic Renal Failure

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237. Nutritional Treatment of Chronic Renal Failure

 

 

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Contributing Authors………..xi
List of Abbreviations………..xix
Preface……………….xxi
1. A historical review oflow-protein diets………..1
s. GIOVANNETTI
2. Chronic renal failure: Definition, causes, and assessment………..5
S. GIOVANNETTI, N. GRETZ
3. Adaptations of remnant nephrons………….13
S. KLAHR, K. HARRIS
4. Causes of progression of renal disease………………21
s. KLAHR, K. HARRIS
5. The uremic syndrome: Definition, diagnosis, causes of signs and……….29
symptoms, and complications
s. GIOVANNETTI
6. Uremic Toxins………..33
G. BARSOTTI
7. Abnormalities of amino acid metabolism……….41
A. TIZIANELLO, G. DE FERRARI
8. Abnormalities oflipid metabolism……………..51
P.O. ATTMAN, A. GUSTAFSON

9. Abnormalities of carbohydrate metabolism………….61
E. FERRANINI, R.A. DEFRONZO
10. Sodium, potassium, and hydrogen ions in chronic renal failure……..73
Q. MAGGIORE, C. ZOCCALI
11. Abnormalities of calcium, phosphate, and magnesium metabolism………83
E. RITZ, O. MEHLS
12. Neurological complications of the uremic syndrome……..95
P. CAPPELLI, B. DI PAOLO, A. ALBERTAZZI
13. Hormonal derangements in chronic renal failure………101
F. CIARDELLA
14. The uremic syndrome as modified by replacement of renal function………..111
D.N.S. KERR
15. Iatrogenic factors contributing to cause uremic manifestations……..127
J.M. BERLYNE, A.J. ADLER, R. BARTH
16. The assessment of nutritional state…………..133
G.F. GUARNIERI, G. TOIGO, R. SITULIN, G. TAMARO, V. GIULIANI
17. Nutritional management in animals with chronic renal failure………..147
N. GRETZ, E. MEISINGER, J. LASSERRE, M. STRAUCH

18. The purposes and rationale of nutritional treatment of chronic renal failure………….. 163
S. GIOVANNETTI
19. Indications and contraindications for nutritional therapy…………173
in chronic renal failure
s. GIOVANNETTI
20. Low-protein diets for chronic renal failure……..179
S. GIOVANNETTI
21. Amino acid and keto acid supplements…………..191
M. STRAUCH, N. GRETZ
22. Minerals, trace element, and vitamin supplements in patients………199
on conservative treatment
N. GRETZ, M. STRAUCH
23. Compliance with dietary recommendations……….205
s. GIOVANNETTI
24. Influence of dietary treatment on the rate of progression…………211
of chronic renal failure
N. GRETZ, S. GIOVANNETTI, G. BARSOTTI, R. SCHMICKER, J. ROSMAN
25. The effect of nutritional therapy on blood chemical abnormalities…….231
of chronic renal failure
s. GIOVANNETTI
26. Effects of dietary therapy on uremic symptoms and complications………235
G. BARSOTTI

27. Effects of nutritional treatment on hormonal and metabolic……..241
derangements of the uremic syndrome
F. CIARDELLA
28. Effects of nutritional treatment on the course of uremic neuropathy…….255
P. CAPPELLI, B. DI PAOLO, A. ALBERTAZZI
29. Influence of nutritional management on renal bone disease……………259
N. GRETZ, K. KRAFT, G. BARSOTTI, S. GIOVANNETTI, M. STRAUCH
30. Unwanted side effects of nutritional therapy for pati·ents………267
with chronic renal failure
S. GIOVANNETTI
31. The economic implications of nutritional treatment of………..275
chronic renal failure
G. D’AMICO
32. Nutritional treatment for patients on standard kidney….279
function replacement
M.G. GENTILE, R. SCHMICKER, S. GIOVANNETTI
33. Nutritional treatment and infrequent hemodialysis………..287
F. LOCATELLI, E. MORELLI, S. DI FILIPPO, R. BALDI, A. MANTOVANELLI,
G. PONTORIERO
34. Nutrition and growth in children with chronic renal failure…………299
o. MEHLS, A.-M. WINGEN, G. GILLI, C. FABIAN
35. Manipulation of alimentary lipids for the treatment of…………..323
chronic renal failure
u. BARCELLI, V.E. POLLAK
36. Tube fceding in patients suffering from renal failure………339
N. GRETZ, M. JUNG, P. SCIGALLA, M. STRAUCH
37. Therapeutic measures other than dietary treatment for…….347
chronic uremic patients
G. BARSOTTI
Index…………371

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