Twice-told tales of metabolic acidosis, glucocorticoids, and protein wasting : what do results from rats tell us about patients with kidney disease?
Much has been learned from animal studies in chronic renal failure that is germane to clinical studies because animal models parallel human responses. Such studies have affirmed that correction of metabolic acidosis has a favorable effect on protein metabolism, nitrogen balance and growth. In the pr...
|Published in:||Seminars in dialysis, Vol. 13, No. 4 (2000), p. 227-31|
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|Item Description:||Date Completed 13.12.2000|
Date Revised 04.11.2019
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