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41 Di Iorio, B. R., Minutolo, R., De Nicola, L. és mtsai: Supplemented very low protein diet ameliorates responsiveness to erythropoietin in chronic renal failure. Kidney Int

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1000 1003 Barsotti, G.: Effects of dietary therapy on uremic symptoms and complications. In: Nutritional treatment of chronic renal failure. Szerk.: Giovannetti, S

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Brouns, R., De Deyn, P. P.: Neurological complications in renal failure: a review. Clin. Neurol. Neurosurg., 2004, 107 , 1–16. Deyn P. P

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Shibata, N., Ohmae, T., Hoshino, N., Minouchi, T., Yamaji, A.: Influence of glycerol-induced acute renal failure on the pharmacokinetics of cyclosporin. J. Pharm. Pharmacol. 51 , 397-404 (1988). Influence of glycerol

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567 586 Bonventre JV, Weinberg JM: Recent advances in the pathophysiology of ischemic acute renal failure. J. Am. Soc. Nephrol. 14, 2199–2210 (2003

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Authors: Katalin Vágási, Péter Degrell, István Késői, Tibor Kovács, István Pintér, Béla Molnár, Judit Cseh, Judit Nagy, and István Wittmann

139 343 348 Firth, J. D.: The clinical approach to the patient with acute renal failure. In Oxford Textbook of Clinical Nephrology

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renal failure secondary to concomitant use of simvastatin, amiodarone, and atazanavir J. Am. Board Fam. Med. 20 411 – 416 . [12]. E. R. Andreou S. Ledger 2003 Potential drug interaction between simvastatin and danazol causing

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1930 Schmidt, G. A., Hoehns, J. D., Purcell, J. L. és mtsai: Severe rhabdomyolysis and acute renal failure secondary to concomitant use of simvastatin, amiodarone, and

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In vivo neutron activation analysis was used to examine the total body and partial body (hand) aluminum levels in patients with end-stage renal failure. Patients maintained on chronic hemodialysis had higher mean body burdens of aluminum than, did those clinically managed without dialysis. Approximately 70% of the patients examined indicated elevated levels of body or skeletal aluminum. A significant correlation was observed between the in vivo aluminum/calcium ratio obtained for the hand measurement and the increase in serum aluminum levels following a disferroxamine infusion test. The direct in vivo monitoring of hand Al/Ca values in patients may provide an alternate choice to bone biopsy for the detection of aluminum intoxication.

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failure. Diabet. Med. 19, 65–69 (2002) Watkins P.J. Erythropoietin response to hypoxia in patients with diabetic autonomic neuropathy and non-diabetic chronic renal failure

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