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Title: A single dialysis session of hemodiafiltration with sorbent-regenerated endogenous ultrafiltrate reinfusion (HFR) removes hepcidin more efficiently than bicarbonate hemodialysis: a new approach to containing hepcidin burden in dialysis patients?
Authors: Tessitore, Nicola 
Poli, Albino 
Bedogna, Valeria 
Corazza, Luca
Campostrini, Natascia
Atti, Mauro
Sereni, Luisa
Castagna, Annalisa 
Girelli, Domenico 
Pessolano, Giuseppina 
Lupo, Antonio 
Keywords: Bicarbonate-dialysis;Hemo Filtrate Reinfusion (HFR);Hepcidin-25;Pro-inflammatory cytokines
Keywords Plus: SERUM HEPCIDIN;IRON STATUS;PATIENTS ASSOCIATIONS;ATHEROSCLEROSIS;INFLAMMATION;RESISTANCE;MONOCYTES;DISEASE;MARKER;WELL
Mesh headings: Bicarbonates;Hemodiafiltration;Hepcidins
Secondary Mesh headings: Aged;Aged, 80 and over;C-Reactive Protein;Cross-Over Studies;Female;Hemodialysis Solutions;Humans;Inflammation;Interleukin-6;Male;Middle Aged;Serum Amyloid P-Component;Tumor Necrosis Factor-alpha
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: SPRINGER HEIDELBERG
Journal: Journal of nephrology 
Abstract: 
Most hemodialysis patients have high Hepcidin-25 levels, which may be involved in the pathogenesis of several uremic complications related to an altered iron biology. The hemodialysis procedure itself can influence Hepcidin-25 levels by removing Hepcidin-25 and maybe stimulating its production due to a pro-inflammatory effect.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12857/119288
ISSN: 11218428
DOI: 10.1007/s40620-017-0383-0
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