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BACKGROUND Although a higher dialysate sodium concentration (DNa) is frequently used to improve haemodynamic stability during haemodialysis, few studies have compared ionic mass balance (IMB) during different DNa. Moreover, DNa is usually a standard prescription, whereas inter-individual pre-dialytic serum sodium levels may differ widely. The aims of the(More)
and T-MARE regulatory sequences of HNF1β was evidenced. In conclusion, although mutations in RARE and T-MARE regulatory sequences of HNF1β may nevertheless be implicated in some renal congenital disorders, we show here that mutations in these sequences are not a frequent cause of CAKUT. More experiments are required to assess the role of the RA-MAFB-HNF1β(More)
BACKGROUND Ionic dialysance was recently introduced as a means to assess Kt/V (K(ID)t/V). With this method, urea distribution volume (V) has to be estimated. The primary aim of the present study was to assess the agreement between equilibrated Kt/V assessed by urea kinetic modelling (eKt/V) with K(ID)t/V taking into account different estimates of V, and to(More)
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