Vitamin K deficiency, a critical factor in chronic kidney disease

Vitamin K deficiency, a critical factor in chronic kidney disease

Sumary of Vitamin K deficiency, a critical factor in chronic kidney disease:

  • Circulating non-phosphorylated non-carboxylated Gla protein is linked to cardiovascular illness in CKD (e.g., hyperlipidemia, hypertension).
  • Non-carboxylated Gla protein is associated with nutriment K need in older groups without CKD.Haemodialysis CKD patients with debased nutriment K risk arterial and venous thrombosis.
  • CKD gradually causes the renal function to decrease over months to years.
  • Initial CKD symptoms include leg swelling, fatigue, excrete, loss of appetite, and confusion.

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