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Clinical Aspects of Nutrition in Acute Renal Failure

  • H. P. Kierdorf
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Abstract

The mortality of acute renal failure has not changed in the last 20 years [1–4] despite progress in intensive care and extracorporeal treatment. This is mainly due to an increasing incidence of multiple organ failure (MOF) including acute renal failure (ARF) [2–4]. Major changes in the treatment of ARF in the intensive care unit (ICU) in the last 20 years were the development of continuous renal replacement therapy (CRRT) and the improvements in the nutritional management. CRRT offers the opportunity thanks to the unlimited fluid exchange to adapt nutritional support to the individual needs of these critically ill patients [4]. There is no doubt that the principles of nutrition in ARF in the ICU fundamentally differ from those used in the treatment of patients with end-stage renal failure (ESRF) [5]. The concept of a diet with reduced protein intake and the exclusive use of essential amino acids (EAA) can not be transferred to the nutritional support of ARF patients [6]. The problems of such a transfer will be discussed.

Keywords

Acute Renal Failure Multiple Organ Failure Medium Chain Triglyceride Negative Nitrogen Balance Extracorporeal Treatment 
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