[Renal response to exercise in healthy and diseased patients].

@article{Poortmans1995RenalRT,
  title={[Renal response to exercise in healthy and diseased patients].},
  author={Jacques Remi Poortmans},
  journal={Nephrologie},
  year={1995},
  volume={16 4},
  pages={317-24}
}
Exercise induces profound changes in the renal hemodynamics and protein excretion. Strenuous exercise provokes a major fall of the renal plasma flow and a reduction of the glomerular filtration rate. Despite these changes, the filtration fraction doubles at maximal exercise preserving the transfer of metabolites or substances through the glomerulus. A higher production of vasopressin and aldosterone enhances the tubular processes of water and electrolyte reabsorption, stabilising therefore the… CONTINUE READING

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