ALBUMIN AND NUTRITIONAL ŒDEMA

@article{Golden1980ALBUMINAN,
  title={ALBUMIN AND NUTRITIONAL {\OE}DEMA},
  author={M. Golden and B. Golden and A. Jackson},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={1980},
  volume={315},
  pages={114-116}
}
Abstract The nature of the association between plasma albumin and nutritional œdema has been examined by observing the changes in albumin during loss of œdema in patients on a restricted diet. Since there was no difference in the concentration of plasma albumin before and after loss of œdema, the association is not causal. These results provide no support for the assertion that nutritional œdema should be treated with a high-protein diet or an albumin infusion. 
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