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Metabolic acidosis and progression of chronic kidney disease: incidence, Hay una prevalencia importante de la acidosis metabólica en los pacientes que. Taylor Lake D. Acidosis y alcalosis metabólica. Nursing. Goodkin DA, Krishna GG, Narins RG. T he role of the anion gap in. Hay una prevalencia importante de la acidosis metabólica en los pacientes que padecen enfermedad renal El Texto completo solo está disponible en PDF.
One may speculate that protein-energy malnutrition may be related to acidemia and represents a risk factor for poor outcome in renal failure.
Despite different clinical scenarios and covariants there is a correlation between worsening renal function and acidosis in the pre-ESRD population. Pathogenesis An important function of the kidney is ammoniagnesis. Ammoniais produced in the proximal tubule from glutamine at a high rate. One half of renal NH3 produced leaves via renal veins and the remainder is eliminated in the urine.
Patients with CKD present with normal and increased anion-gap metabolic acidosis at early and late stages respectively. The control group's serum creatinine ranged from 0. Serum HCO3 concentration was significantly lower in the moderate and severe groups in comparison with controls. There was no increment of unmeasured anions in the control group.
In a retrospective analysis of patients, Hakim et al. In fact serum anion gap could be altered by the accumulation of cations calcium, magnesium or paraproteins. Correlation of serum bicarbonate to changes in serum creatinine Metabolic acidosis develops due to reduced renal mass and inability of the remaining nephrons to excrete the daily acid load through ammoniagenesis.
The renal tubular production of NH3 is stimulated by intracellular acidosis. As stated before single-nephron ammoniagenesis increases as compensation for decreased functioning nephrons. Other mechanisms generating metabolic acidosis are: HCO3 wasting due to decrease absorption, with bicarbonate excretion ranging from 4.
The factors which influence the production of NH3- in the kidney are angiotensin II, potassium and aldosterone, whose levels are increased in entities like renovascular hypertension. Potassium depletion and administration of aldosterone may also increase ammoniagenesis. Subsequent activation of the alternative pathway results in peritubular deposition of C3 and the membrane attack complex C5b-9 generating chemoattractants of tissue injury.
High urea concentration can dissipate the cytotoxic effect of complement activated my NH3. Dietary alkali better preserved GFR than both endothelin and aldosterone receptor antagonist. Administrationof either citrate or sodium bicarbonate to rats with CKD decreased the severity of tubulointerstitial disease and or the decline in GFR compared with controls receiving sodium chloride.
S-PRD rats an animal model of polycystic kidney disease decreased cyst enlargementand prevented development of interstitial inflammation, chronic fibrosis, and severe renal failure.
Others have suggested that the stimulation of new HCO3 production in the kidney alkalinizes the interstitium encouraging precipitation of calcium in the kidney and renal injury. Few studies have examined the effects of amelioration of metabolic acidosis on renal function in humans with CKD, not on renal replacement therapy only three randomized underpowered controlled trials in ESRD. Brito-Ashurst et al. Average age Two year follow up. Secondary end point was dietary protein intake. Fewer patients in the treated group developed ESRD 6.
Bicarbonate supplementation was also associated with increased dietary intake, and decreased protein catabolism and increased lean body mass. Lack of a placebo controlled group, a double blind-design and single center, difficults reproducibility. Table 2. Phisitkul et al.
Baseline GFR was Average systolic blood pressure at 6 months was The study suggested that treatment of metabolic acidosis associated with low GFR due to hypertensive nephropathy ameliorates progressive kidney injury. The same group41 randomized patients to placebo, sodium chloride NaCl and sodium bicarbonate NaHCO3 in a prospective placebo controlled blinded interventional 5 year study. Approximate average GFR was Systolic blood pressure ranged between Of interest, the net acid urinary excretion was lower in the NaHCO3 group in comparison with the placebo and NaCl groups respectively The magnitude of the hypobicarbonatemia present in patients with CKD is variable and, as stated previously, some patients can actually have normal serum HCO3- even in the face of severe renal failure.
To address this point Wesson et al. Alkali therapy slowed the decline in GFR, an effect which was related to increased endothelin and aldosterone production. As mentioned before41 subsequent studies have corroborated the benefitial effects of sodium bicarbonate in the preservation of GFR. Levels of these hormones were reduced after 30 days of bicarbonate therapy.
They were not able to assess the acid content of the kidney but they indirectly evaluated acid content of tissues by the impact of a HCO3 bolus on serum HCO3 and urinary net acid excretion.
These results suggest that tissue acid retention was greater in the CKD 2 group. Certain assumptions were made including similar total body buffering capacity in both groups.
It appears that in both animals and humans as renal function and the ability to eliminate the daily acid load decline, acid retention occurs, which secondarily stimulates endothelin and aldosterone production that contributes to a further decline in GFR. Provision of dietary alkali better preserves GFR than administration of endothelin and aldosterone receptor antagonists.
Conclusion There is a high incidence of CKD in the general population. Bicarbonate supplementation represents a therapeutic option easy to apply, economical, and almost devoided of side effects.
Alkali therapy could protect against the progression of CKD, especially in early stages with normal serum bicarbonate levels. The mechanisms by which NaHCO3therapy ameliorates nephropathy progression in unclear but nephrectomized animal models with reduced GFR provided insight to the hypothesis. Animals with reduced nephron mass and low GFR have acid retention compared with those with intact nephron mass despite no differences in serum acid-base parameters. The optimal therapeutic target as well as its efficacy and safety needs to be determined.
The current situation, forces us to use the most practical resources in our armamentarium to try to delay, not to prevent unfortunately, the progression of kidney disease. If confirmed by follow-up studies, implementation of this inexpensive and well tolerated therapy in at risk subjects could yield overall population and health system benefits by delaying the onset of kidney failure with its devastating effects on patient's wellbeing and health care costs.
The authors declare that there is no conflict of interest associated with this manuscript. Kraut JA, Kurtz I. Metabolic acidosis of CKD; diagnosis,clinical characteristicsand treatment.
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