Renal function and blood pressure response to dietary salt restriction in normotensive men.

@article{Barba1996RenalFA,
  title={Renal function and blood pressure response to dietary salt restriction in normotensive men.},
  author={Gianvincenzo Barba and Francesco P Cappuccio and Louis A. Russo and F Stinga and Roberto Iacone and Pasquale Strazzullo},
  journal={Hypertension},
  year={1996},
  volume={27 5},
  pages={
          1160-4
        }
}
The interindividual variability of the blood pressure response to changes in dietary sodium intake might be traced in part to heterogeneity in renal adaptation. To further explore this possibility, we evaluated glomerular filtration rate and tubular sodium handling in 47 healthy male volunteers from the Olivetti factory in Naples who were studied on their habitual sodium-rich diet (urinary sodium, 184 +/- 9 mmol/24 h) and after 3 days of a salt-restricted diet (urinary sodium, 69 +/- 5 mmol/24… CONTINUE READING
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