Vitamin K in Chronic Kidney Disease

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calcium acetate 2 nephrologydiseasesdrugs
chronic kidney disease 3 nephrologydiseases
kidney failure 1 nephrologydiseases

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calcium acetate 24614 were the only binders that did not bind vitamin K2 in vitro. This in vitro study demonstrated that calcium acetate /magnesium carbonate binds vitamin K2 strongly both in absence (p = 0.001) and presence of phosphate
calcium acetate 27140 0.0001). Total MGP was 19% higher with calcimimetics (21.5 vs. 18.1 mcg/L, p = 0.04) and 54% higher with calcium acetate (27.9 vs. 18.1 mcg/L, p = 0.003); no difference was found with vitamin D analogues. This finding of
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chronic kidney disease 1109 (VKDPs) involved in haemostasis and vascular and bone health. Accumulating evidence demonstrates that chronic kidney disease (CKD) patients suffer from subclinical vitamin K deficiency, suggesting that this represents a population
chronic kidney disease 3903 by parathyroid hormone (PTH), which is frequently elevated in CKD patients [[6],[8],[9]]. Therefore, chronic kidney disease (CKD) patients with hyperparathyroidism will present high serum uOC, but this does not necessarily mean
chronic kidney disease 19687 calcification in rats and in arterialized human veins [[51]]. AVF was generated in female rats while chronic kidney disease was induced using an adenine-enriched diet. Arterialization, CKD, and vitamin K antagonists all significantly
kidney failure 30012 healthy older adults with pre-existing CAC at baseline [[67]]; it is well established that patients with kidney failure have an increased risk for both vascular calcification and sub-clinical vitamin K deficiency but yet

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