N-acetylcysteine may improve residual renal function in hemodialysis patients: A pilot study
Hemodialysis International,  Clinical Article

Feldman L et al. – Clinical outcomes in chronic dialysis patients are highly dependent on preservation of residual renal function (RRF). N–acetylcysteine may improve RRF in patients treated with chronic hemodialysis.

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