Assessment of potential biomarkers of subclinical vitamin K deficiency in patients with end-stage kidney disease.

Elliott, Meghan J.
Booth, Sarah L.
Hopman, Wilma M.
Holden, Rachel M.
2014

Background Contexte: A significant proportion of hemodialysis patients have functional, but modifiable, vitamin K deficiency. Une proportion considérable de patients traités en hémodialyse ont une carence fonctionnelle, bien que modifiable, en vitamine K. L'objectif de cette étude est de déterminer la corrélation entre une carence en vita... read more

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Elliott, Meghan, Sarah L. Booth, Wilma M. Hopman, and Rachel M. Holden. "Assessment of potential biomarkers of subclinical vitamin K deficiency in patients with end-stage kidney disease." Canadian Journal of Kidney Health and Disease 1, no. 1 (12, 2014): 1-8.
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