Влияние алиментарных факторов на рН мочи

Стусь, В.П. and Моисеенко, Н.Н. and Жбаков, М.В. and Ехалов, В.В. (2020) Влияние алиментарных факторов на рН мочи. Урологія = Urology, Т. 24 (№ 4). pp. 335-343. ISSN 2307-5279

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В развитии большинства наиболее распространённых заболеваний большое значение имеет алиментарный фактор. Рассмотрен кислотно-щелочной баланс мочи. Установлено, что для подержания показателя рН мочи в естественном слабокислом диапазоне необходимо регулировать не только содержание рациона, но и режим питания, то есть его своевременность и дробность. The metabolic mechanisms of humans were formed many thousands of years ago, and one of the most important factors in their formation was the diet. Rapid progress has led to a sharp change in diet, which entails changes in the biochemical processes of the body, a change in the composition of its natural environments and, as a result, leads to various diseases. Pathological acidification of human urine, contributing to the development of urolithiasis, inflammatory diseases of the urinary tract is a consequence of malnutrition. When forming a diet, in addition to the traditional characteristics of food, such as its calorie content, its protein, fat, carbohydrate, and salt content, it is necessary to take into account such an indicator as the potential renal acid load of food PRAL. A study was conducted in which 53 people took part, their diets were analyzed and the acidity of their urine was measured in dynamics. The results obtained in most cases corresponded to the expected ones calculated according to the acidity tables of the products. Patterns were established between diet and urine acidity differences. A change in urine pH was detected with medication.

Item Type: Article
Additional Information: DOI: 10.26641/2307-5279.24.4.2020.224412
Uncontrolled Keywords: Рацион питания, лаборатоные исследования, кислотно-основное состояние, моча. urine acidity, diet, acid excretion, renal acid load.
Subjects: Urology
Divisions: Departments > Department of Urology
Faculty of Postgraduate Education > Department of Anesthesiology, Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine states FPE
Depositing User: Анастасия Жигар
Date Deposited: 10 Feb 2021 09:47
Last Modified: 10 Feb 2021 09:47
URI: http://repo.dma.dp.ua/id/eprint/6239

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