Progression rate to end-stage renal failure in non-diabetic kidney diseases: a multivariate analysis of determinant factors.

@article{Jungers1995ProgressionRT,
  title={Progression rate to end-stage renal failure in non-diabetic kidney diseases: a multivariate analysis of determinant factors.},
  author={Paul Jungers and Thierry Hannedouche and Yoshiko Itakura and G Albouze and B{\'e}atrice Descamps-Latscha and Nguyen Khoa Man},
  journal={Nephrology, dialysis, transplantation : official publication of the European Dialysis and Transplant Association - European Renal Association},
  year={1995},
  volume={10 8},
  pages={1353-60}
}
BACKGROUND The respective contribution of the type of nephropathy, gender, and proteinuria, and of the potentially alterable factors blood pressure level and daily protein intake on the rate of progression in non-diabetic renal diseases is debated. METHODS We retrospectively analysed the influence of primary renal disease, gender, urinary protein excretion, mean arterial pressure (MAP), and dietary protein intake on the rate of decline in creatinine clearance (delta Ccr) in 159 adult patients… CONTINUE READING

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