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1. In eight patients being treated by chronic dialysis the relation of magnesium metabolism to the magnesium concentration of the dialysate was investigated. During four periods of 2-6 weeks the magnesium concentrations of the dialysis fluid were 0'44±0'15 mg/IOO ml, 0'70±0'24 mg/IOO ml, 1'83±0'18 mg/IOO ml and 1'97±0'21 mg/IOO ml. 2. During all periods the(More)
The behaviour of serum and urinary lysozyme was investigated before and after renal transplantation in 20 patients. The mean postoperative observation time was 67.8 (10 to 212) days. In 11 patients with reversible olig-anuria due to prolonged preoperative ischaemia, lysozymuria lasted for a period of 17 days after surgery, whereas in 8 patients with(More)
alpha 1-Antitrypsin in serum was determined by radial immunodiffusion in 30 healthy persons, 18 dialyzed patients and 11 renal transplant recipients with an observation time up to 24 months after surgery. There was no significant difference in serum alpha 1-antitrypsin concentrations in dialyzed patients when compared to the controls (2570 +/- 570 and 2280(More)
In ten non dialyzed patients with chronic renal failure, 18 patients on regular dialysis treatment and 70 renal transplant recipients alpha-1-antitrypsin and fibrinogen levels were investigated. Alpha-1-antitrypsin and fibrinogen concentrations were highest in dialyzed patients with values of 314 ± 98 and 485 ± 127 mg/dl respectively. In renal transplant(More)
In ten non dialyzed patients with chronic renal failure, 18 patients on regular dialysis treatment and 70 renal transplant recipients alpha-1-antitrypsin and fibrinogen levels were investigated. Alpha-1-antitrypsin and fibrinogen concentrations were highest in dialyzed patients with values of 314 +/- 98 and 485 +/- 127 mg/dl respectively. In renal(More)
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