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Том 6 №2 2004 год - Нефрология и диализ

Роль оксидативного стресса в патологии сердечно-сосудистой системы у больных с заболеваниями почек (Сообщение II. Клинические аспекты оксидативного стресса)


Саенко Ю.В. Шутов А.М.

Аннотация: Причиной возникновения оксидативного стресса является увеличение продукции свободных радикалов и (или) снижение эффективности антиоксидантных систем организма. Сообщение II касается клинических аспектов оксидативного стресса у больных с патологией почек. Представлены данные о связи оксидативного стресса с эндотелиальной дисфункцией, анемией, атеросклерозом. Обобщены данные литературы об оксидативном стрессе у больных с ХПН, получающих заместительную терапию. Приведены данные о влиянии ингибиторов АПФ, статинов, витамина Е на перекисное окисление липидов у больных заболеваниями почек. * Часть I данного сообщения опубликована в журнале «Нефрология и диализ» 2004; т. 6; № 1

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Ключевые слова: заболевания почек, оксидативный стресс, сердечно-сосудистая патология, хроническая почечная недостаточность

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