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Nierenerkrankungen

  • C. Fabian-Bach
  • E. Bürkel
  • A.-M. Wingen
  • O. Mehls
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Zusammenfassung

In der Behandlung von Kindern mit Nierenerkrankungen stellt die Ernährungstherapie neben der medikamentösen Therapie und der Dialysebehandlung eine wichtige und ergänzende Maßnahme dar. Zu den Zielen der Ernährungstherapie zählen die Sicherung von Wachstum und Gedeihen, die Verminderung der Progression der Niereninsuffizienz, die Reduktion von Urämietoxinen aus dem Proteinstoffwechsel und der Ausgleich der Elektrolyt- und Wasserbilanz.

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  • C. Fabian-Bach
  • E. Bürkel
  • A.-M. Wingen
  • O. Mehls

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