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OXIDATIVE STRESS IN THE PATIENTS WITH CKD V STAGE AND ANEMIA WHO RECEIVE REPLACEMENT HEMODIALYSIS THARAPY

E. S. Krutikov, T. F. Polishchuk, L. V. Polskaya, A. A. Shakhnazarov
Ukrainian Journal of Nephrology and Dialysis pp 21-25; doi:10.31450/ukrjnd.1(37).2013.04

Abstract: The article presents research data of oxidative stress role in the pathogenesis of anemia in patients with CKD V stage, who receive hemodialysis replacement therapy. Background. Oxidative stress is a part of the pathogenesis of many complications in patients with CKD stage V on replacement therapy with hemodialysis. Anemia syndrome is the most frequent complication of this patient`s population. Aim. The aim of this study was to study indicators of oxidative stress in patients with CKD stage V and anemia on replacement therapy with hemodialysis. Materials and methods. We studied laboratory parameters in 42 hemodialysis patients with CKD V stage. Biochemical methods are used for investigation of lipid peroxidation processes: studied diene conjugates (DC), malondialdehyde (MDA), total lipids and catalase, lipid’s structure of erythrocytes membranes and their osmotic resistance. Results. We found that in dialysis patients anemic syndrome was associated with high activity of oxidative stress. Also increased destruction of red blood cells depends from high activity of oxidative stress. In the blood of the patients concentration of DC was 1,12±0,26 opt.den.units/ mg of lipids (p
Keywords: Oxidative stress / structure / anemia / Hemodialysis / replacement / Ckd Stage / Patients with Ckd

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