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His mentors have extensive experience in clinical investigation in nephrology, CVD epidemiology and clinical care research methodology. There are currently minimal data available on the incidence of CVD or the risk factors for CVD in CRI. The Modification of Diet in Renal Disease (MDRD) Study was the largest prospective study of patients with CRI, and is an ideal study population for the proposed research. Specific aims are as follows: 1. Measure tHcy, Lp(a), apo(a) isoforms and CRP levels from frozen samples taken at baseline in the MDRD Study and characterize the distribution of levels and their relationship to baseline glomerular filtration rate (GFR) and other factors.
12(6): 1249-1254. June 2001. Contact: Available from Lippincott Williams and Wilkins. 12107 Insurance Way, Hagerstown, MD 21740. (800) 638-6423. Summary: This article reports on a randomized, controlled study of 12 patients with mild chronic renal (kidney) failure that was designed to assess the metabolic effects of a low protein diet supplemented (n = 6) or not supplemented (n = 6) with ketoanalogs of amino acids. The protein intake was prescribed so that both groups were isonitrogenous (equal in nitrogen intake).
71 grams of protein per kilogram per day during the third month. Energy intake was kept constant during the 3 month period. Compliance to the diet was achieved after 2 months of training. Leucine turnover measurement was performed before and at the end of the 3 month low protein period. There was no clinical change, whereas total body flux decreased by 8 percent and leucine oxidation by 18 percent. No difference could be attributed to the ketoanalogs themselves. Thus, the authors conclude that under sufficient energy intake, a low protein diet is nutritionally and metabolically safe during chronic renal failure.