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Том 15 №1 2013 год - Нефрология и диализ

Практические Клинические рекомендации KDIGO по анемии при хронической болезни почек 2012


Аннотация: Перевод с английского А.Ю. Земченкова под редакцией Е.В. Захаровой Перевод выполнен по поручению и одобрен KDIGO Клинические практические рекомендации KDIGO по анемии при хронической болезни почек (ХБП) 2012 г. имеют своей целью обспечить необходимую информацию для диагностики, оценки, ведения и лечения всех пациентов с ХБП (детей и взрослых на до-диализной стадии, на диализе и после трансплантации почки) с анемией или риском развития анемии. Формированию рекомендаций предшествовал длительный процесс сбора и оценки доказательств. Рекомендации содержат главы, касающиеся диагностики и оценки анемии при ХБП и использования различных терапевтических средств (препаратов железа, эритропоэз-стимулирующих средств и др.) и гемотрансфузий как методов лечения анемии. Подходы к лечению рассмотрены в отдельных главах, рекомендации основаны на систематическом обзоре соответствующих исследований. Оценка качества доказательности и силы рекомендаций построена на системе присвоения СТЕПЕНЕЙ. Обсуждаются противоречия и органичения доказательности, приводятся предложения по проведению дальнейших исследований. Члены рабочей группы Председатели рабочей группы Джон МакМюррей, Великобритания; Патрик Пэрфри, Канада Рабочая группа Джон Адамсон, США; Педро Альяма, Испания; Джеффри Бернс, США; Джулия Болиус, Швейцария; Тильман Дрюке, Франция; Фредерик Финкельштейн, США; Стивен Фишдейн, США; Томас Ганц, США; Йен Макдугал, Великобритания; Рут Макдоналд, США; Лоренс МакМагон, Австралия; Грегорио Обрадор, Мексика; Джованни Стрипполи, Италия; Гюнтер Вейсс, Австрия; Анджей Виечек, Польша Цитирование: при цитировании этого документа следует необходимо соблюдать следующий формат: Kidney Disease: Improving Global Outcomes (KDIGO) Anemia Work Group. KDIGO Clinical Practice Guideline for Anemia in Chronic Kidney Disease. Kidney inter ., Suppl . 2012; 2: XXX–XXX.

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Ключевые слова: анемия при ХБП, Клинические практические рекомендации, эритропоэз-стимулирующие средства, KDIGO, Рекомендации, основанные на доказательствах, железо, систематический обзор, Anemia in CKD, Clinical practice guideline, erythropoiesis-stimulating agent, KDIGO, evidence-based recommendation, iron, systematic review

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