STAGES OF DEVELOPMENT OF RENAL DYSFUNCTION AND ANEMIA IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC HEART FAILURE
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Chronic heart failure (CHF) accompanies and is the outcome of most cardiovascular diseases, remaining the same One of the main reasons for the high level of disability and mortality of patients. Increasing heart failure over time exceeds the danger to the patient's life of the disease that caused heart failure. The prognosis and outcome of CHF is greatly influenced by kidney function. Renal failure is considered as a predictor of survival in patients with left ventricular dysfunction. Currently, the diagnosis of renal dysfunction in patients with CHF is based on the determination of concentration Serum creatinine, glomerular filtration rate (GFR), and/or the presence of micro albuminuria (MAU) or macro albuminuria.At the same time, the question of tubular function and the daily profile of renal function (daily filtration rate) in patients with CHF remain insufficiently studied. Anemia associated with CHF continues to attract the attention of researchers. This is the purpose of this work.
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