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chronic kidney disease 532 mario.vaneechoutte@ugent.bePublication date (epub): 1/2017Publication date (collection): 2/2017AbstractIf chronic kidney disease (CKD) is associated with an impairment of kidney function, several uremic solutes are retained. Some
chronic kidney disease 2230 the development of complications, affecting both the quality of life and survival of patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD) [[4],[5],[6],[7]]. Uremic retention solutes are, conventionally, classified into three groups
chronic kidney disease 50310 associations between p-cresyl sulfate concentrations and clinical parameters and outcomes of patients with chronic kidney disease .Patient TypePatient NumberTotal or Free pCS ConcentrationAssociationRef.Diabetic nephropathy209totalCAD[[118]]Stable
chronic kidney disease 51242 event[[124]]Elderly HD112freeAll-cause and CV mortality[[128]]AV: arterio-venous; CAD: coronary artery disease; CKD: chronic kidney disease ; CV: cardiovascular; DM: diabetes mellitus; HD: hemodialysis; IL-6: interleukin-6; LV: left ventricle;
kidney failure 37075 (MRP)-4 and breast cancer resistance protein (BCRP). It is conceivable that these functions are lost as kidney failure progresses and that any intervention to prevent this progression will also result in less retention
metabolic acidosis 10131 that can interfere with protein assimilation are hepatic failure [[65]], diabetes mellitus [[66]], and metabolic acidosis [[67]]. Whereas hepatic failure and especially diabetes mellitus are frequent causes of CKD, acidosis
metabolic acidosis 10410 acid and protein catabolism by, e.g., increasing muscle protein breakdown [[67],[68]]. Correction of metabolic acidosis in CKD patients results in a normalization of the catabolic response to a low-protein diet by reducing

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