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Indoxyl sulfate-lowering capacity of oral sorbents affects the prognosis of kidney function and oxidative stress in chronic kidney disease



Indoxyl sulfate-lowering capacity of oral sorbents affects the prognosis of kidney function and oxidative stress in chronic kidney disease



Journal of Renal Nutrition 17(1): 48-52



Objectives: Indoxyl sulfate shows nephrotoxicity and is a stimulating factor for progression of chronic kidney disease (CKD). This study was conducted to determine (1) whether the indoxyl sulfate-lowering capacity of oral sorbents (Kremezin Kureha Corporation, Tokyo, Japan; Merckmezin, Merck Hoei Ltd., Osaka, Japan) affects the prognosis of kidney function in CKD, and (2) whether oral sorbents reduce the markers of oxidative stress.

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PMID: 17198932

DOI: 10.1053/j.jrn.2006.10.007


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