T P Piers-Becht

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Several retrospective and prospective studies confirmed the beneficial effect of dietary protein restriction (DPR) on the downhill course of renal function in chronic kidney disease. The long-term results of this therapeutic modality may be different than the short-term effects. In our nephrology outpatient department, a prospective randomized trial has(More)
In a prospective randomised study of 228 patients with various renal diseases, early moderate dietary protein restriction retarded the development of end-stage renal failure. 149 patients were followed up for at least 18 months; the protein-restricted patients showed falls in serum urea and phosphate concentrations and in the 24 h excretion of urea,(More)
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