Suplemented restricted diet in old patients with chronic renal disease


Authors: Vladimír Teplan 1,2
Authors‘ workplace: Subkatedra nefrologie IPVZ, Praha 1;  Interní klinika LF OU, Ostrava 2
Published in: Vnitř Lék 2016; 62(Suppl 6): 88-96
Category: Reviews

Overview

In last decades was confirmed remarkable increase in number of old patients with chronic kidney disease. Despide of developments in dialysis technology and kidney transplantation there is a growing number of old patients who are not suitable for these methods. Recently were published data showing long-term effect of protein restricted diet supplemented with keto amino acids in elderly. Based on our results obtained in re-analysis of 3 000 patients we can confirm also good compliance and low risk of malnutrition.

Key words:
chronic kidney disease – keto amino acids – old age – restricted diet


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