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Title: 腎不全患者における高カリウム血症の陽イオン交換樹脂による治療Naサイクル硫酸ポリスチレンの使用経験
Other Titles: Treatment of hyperkalemia in renal insufficiency with cation exchange resin. Experience with use of sodium polystyrene sulfonate
Authors: 大沢, 炯  KAKEN_name
大越, 正秋  KAKEN_name
樋口, 順三  KAKEN_name
山吉, 亘  KAKEN_name
Author's alias: Osawa, Akira
Okoshi, Masaaki
Higuchi, Jyunzo
Yamayoshi, Wataru
Keywords: Adult
Anuria
Drug Therapy/adverse effects
Electrocardiography
Electrolytes/blood
Female
Glucose/therapeutic use
Humans
Hyperkalemia/drug therapy
Insulin/therapeutic use
Ion Exchange Resins/administration & dosage/therapeutic use
Kidney Diseases
Male
Middle Aged
Polystyrenes/pharmacology
Renal Dialysis
Sodium/blood
Issue Date: Sep-1969
Publisher: 泌尿器科紀要刊行会
Journal title: 泌尿器科紀要
Volume: 15
Issue: 9
Start page: 645
End page: 651
Abstract: Sodium polystyrene sulfonate was applied to twenty-two cases with hyperkalemia and the following conclusions have been obtained. 1) The agent is clinically safe and effective for hyperkalemia. 2) Clinical value of the drug is more than that expressed by the serum potassium levels, because of its dramatic effect on the patient's poor prognosis. 3) Its effect was observed even in fasting patients, on low-potassium and/or on low-salt diet. 4) As to side effects, nothing worthy to mention was observed. Possibility of hypernatremia, hypocalcemia and hypokalemia must be considered as to dosage, duration, method of administration, diet and combined medications. Our attention must be paid especially on hypopotassemia whenever patient is on digitalisation or in the diuretic phase. 5) Use of this agent with dialysis should become an indispensable part in the management of acute renal failure.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2433/120044
PubMed ID: 5388724
Appears in Collections:Vol.15 No.9

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