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Том 16 №1 2014 год - Нефрология и диализ

Клинические практические рекомендации KDIGO по лечению гломерулонефритов


Даниел Каттран Джон Фили Теренс Кук Фернандо Фервенца Йорген Флеге Дебби Джипсон Ричард Глассок Элизабет Ходсон Вивекананд Йаха Филип Кам-Тао Ли Зи-Хонг Ли Серджио Муццано Патрик Нахман Мануэль Прага Джай Радакришнан Брэд Ровин Стефан Троянов Джек Ветцельс

Аннотация: Kidney International supplements Volume 2/ issue 2/ June 2012 http://www.kidney-international.org Перевод Л.С. Бирюковой, Е.В. Захаровой и Е.В. Кальяновой под общей редакцией Е.В. Захаровой Перевод выполнен по инициативе РДО и одобрен KDIGO Все права принадлежат KDIGO, воспроизведение возможно только с разрешения KDIGO и РДО Резюме Клинические практические рекомендации по лечению гломерулонефритов (ГН) 2011 г., разработанные инициативной группой по улучшению глобальных исходов заболеваний почек [Kidney Disease: Improving Global Outcomes (KDIGO)], имеют цель содействовать практическим врачам в оказании помощи взрослым пациентам и детям с ГН. Разработке рекомендаций предшествовал длительный процесс детального изучения доказательств и предварительного анализа. Рекомендации содержат разделы, посвященные различным гломерулярным заболеваниям: стероид-чувствительному нефротическому синдрому и стероид-резистентному нефротическому синдрому у детей; болезни минимальных изменений; идиопатическому фокальному сегментарному гломерулосклерозу; идиопатической мембранозной нефропатии; мембранопролиферативному гломерулонефриту; гломерулонефриту, ассоциированному с инфекционными заболеваниями; ИГА-нефропатии; нефриту при пурпуре Геноха-Шенляйна; волчаночному нефриту; пауци-иммунному фокальному и сегментарному некротизирующему гломерулонефриту; анти-ГБМ антительному гломерулонефриту. Подходы к лечению освещены в каждом разделе, рекомендации основаны на результатах систематического обзора проведенных исследований. Оценка качества доказательности и силы рекомендаций основана на выделении соответствующих степеней. Кроме того, обсуждаются ограничения доказательной силы и высказываются предложения по проведению дальнейших исследований. ЦИТИРОВАНИЕ При цитировании этого документа должен использоваться следующий формат: Kidney Disease: Improving Global Outcomes (KDIGO) Glomerulonephritis Work Group. KDIGO Clinical Practice Guideline for Glomerulonephritis. Kidney inter., Suppl. 2012; 2: 139-274.

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Ключевые слова: Клинические практические рекомендации KDIGO, гломерулонефриты, нефротический синдром, рекомендации, основанные на доказательствах, систематический обзор, Clinical Practice Guideline, KDIGO, glomerulonephritis, nephrotic syndrome, evidence-based recommendation, systematic review

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