Double isotope measurement of peritoneal clearance of iodide and albumin loss during peritoneal dialysis in man (labelled albumin loss in peritoneal dialysis).

@article{Mariani1975DoubleIM,
  title={Double isotope measurement of peritoneal clearance of iodide and albumin loss during peritoneal dialysis in man (labelled albumin loss in peritoneal dialysis).},
  author={Giuliano Mariani and Rossella Bianchi and Alessandro Pilo and Roberto Palla and M G Toni and F Cazzuola},
  journal={European journal of clinical investigation},
  year={1975},
  volume={5 2},
  pages={109-14}
}
131I-labelled Human Serum Albumin and 125I-sodium iodide were used to measure protein loss from the peritoneum and peritoneal clearance of iodide in a group of 8 uraemic patients, each one being studied after a different number of dialyses. Both albumin loss and iodide clearance reached a maximum at about the 10th dialytic treatment and then tended towards the initial levels. Protein loss as determined isotopically was markedly lower than indicated by direct radioimmunoassay measurements… CONTINUE READING

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