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Controlled trial of two keto acid supplements on renal function, nutritional status, and bone metabolism in uremic patients






Kidney International. Supplement 22: S170-S173

Controlled trial of two keto acid supplements on renal function, nutritional status, and bone metabolism in uremic patients

A total of 38 patients with chronic renal failure (serum creatinine 6 to 10 mg/100 ml) were paired for age, sex and renal disease. One group received a supplement of essential amino acids and their keto analogues and another received an increased amount of keto analogues of branched-chain amino acids (BCAA). Patients received a diet providing 30 g daily with either of the 2 supplements at 10 g daily for 6 months.


Accession: 001554996

PMID: 3323611



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