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Der Internist pp 239-245 | Cite as

Hypertonie und Niereninsuffizienz

  • H. Liebau
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Zusammenfassung

Pathogenese der Hypertonie bei chronischer Niereninsuffizienz, mit Hochdruck vergesellschaftete Nierenkrankheiten und Rolle der Hypertonie für ihr Fortschreiten sind Teilthemen dieses Beitrages. Es schließen sich Ausführungen über medikamentöse Hochdruckbehandlung speziell bei Nierenkrankheiten sowie über Hypertonie bei Dialysepatienten an.

Schlüsselwörter

Kochsalz Renin Angiotensin Glomerulonephritis Interstitielle Nephritis -Therapie Hämodialyse Diabetes mellitus 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • H. Liebau
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  1. 1.Abteilung für Nieren- und HochdruckkrankheitenAllgemeines Krankenhaus HeidbergHamburg 62Deutschland

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