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Jornadas del Comité de Nefropatía de la Sociedad Argentina de Diabetes. Alteraciones electrolíticas y del metabolismo en pacientes con diabetes mellitus y enfermedad renal crónica. Parte 2. Alteraciones electrolíticas y del metabolismo

Alicia Elbert, María Florencia Aranguren, Bárbara Arinovich, Teresa Bensusan, Fabiana Dávila, Guillermo De´Marziani, Guillermo Dieuzeide, Natalia Lueje, Gabriela Medek, Estrella Menéndez, Emilio Nader, Liliana Miriam Obregon, Jimena Soutelo, Fabiana Vázquez, Mariela Volta, Yanina Castaño

Resumen


En el paciente con diabetes mellitus (DM) y enfermedad renal crónica (ERC), las alteraciones electrolíticas y metabólicas constituyen un verdadero desafío. En noviembre de 2021, el Comité de Nefropatía de la Sociedad Argentina de Diabetes realizó una jornada científica con el objetivo de actualizar las alteraciones hidroelectrolíticas y del metabolismo óseo mineral, y las consideraciones dietarias en ERC y DM.

Palabras clave


diabetes mellitus; enfermedad renal crónica; alteraciones electrolíticas; metabolismo óseo mineral; dieta.

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