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《China Medicine and Pharmacy》 2017-15
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Effect of low protein diet on renal function in patients with diabetes mellitus

LUO Lin;ZHANG Jianzhong;Department of Endocrinology,Changchun Second Hospital;Department of Endocrinology,Sino Japanese Union Hospital of Jilin University;  
Objective To analyze the trend of renal function in low protein diet in type 2 diabetes mellitus patients,and to a theoretical basis for reasonable diet. Methods 60 cases of patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus hospitalized in our hospital were selected and randomly divided into experimental group and control group(low protein diabetic diet group,diabetic diet group).Patients in the two groups were strictly in accordance with dietary intervention,on the premise of giving sufficient heat(30-35 k Cal/kg·d). Results The urea nitrogen,urine micro protein/creatinine decreased significantly(P 0.01) before and after treatment in the experimental group,and the uric acid, triglyceride and total cholesterol improved significantly compared with the former,and there was statistical significance(P 0.01).Glomerular filtration rate and creatinine were estimated,but decreased to some extent.There was no significant difference between the control group and the control group(P 0.05). Conclusion Low protein diet in type 2 diabetes mellitus patients can effectively delay the deterioration of renal function.
【CateGory Index】: R587.2;R692.9
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