Mustafa, Ghulam; Khan, Ikram Ullah Khan M. Khalid; Sualeh, Mohammad
April 2010
Pakistan Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences;Apr2010, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p175
Academic Journal
To examine the serum antioxidant levels like vit-C, vit-E and glutathione in patients with renal diseases who were subjected to dialysis and to evaluate the antioxidant by FRAP method. To find out the involvement of free radicals in pathogenesis of renal disease. Fifty patients with high levels of creatinine and urea level were included in the study of dialysis. A difference of antioxidant level of vit-C, vit-E and glutathione was observed. The study therefore suggests the importance of assessing these marker oxidative stress antioxidant capacities in renal disease during dialysis.


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