The Influence of Essential Amino Acid Supplementation for the Improvement of Acute Renal Failure
The effect of intravenous (iv) essential amino acids (EAA) in the treatment of acute renal failure was evaluated in 50 patients. Thirty of 50 patients (Group A) receiving daily 13.4 g iv EAA solution [Nephrmanie (Don Baxter, Mcgraw) 250 mL/dl + Dopamine iv, 2 µg/kg/min + 20 % hypertonic glucose solution 500 mL/dl as compared with twenty patients (Group B) receiving dopamine iv, 2 µg/kg/min + 20 % hypertonic glucose solution 500 mL/d. Group A patients were associated with lower daily increase in blood urea nitrogen (BUN) levels (p
Essential amino acid, Acute renal failure, Parenteral supplementation.
MOCAN, M. Ziya; KAVGACI, Halil; EREM, Cihangir; and MOCAN, Hilal (1996) "The Influence of Essential Amino Acid Supplementation for the Improvement of Acute Renal Failure," Turkish Journal of Medical Sciences: Vol. 26: No. 3, Article 11. Available at: https://journals.tubitak.gov.tr/medical/vol26/iss3/11