Potential renal solute load (PRSL)

22:16 Aug 2, 2018
English to Polish translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical: Pharmaceuticals
English term or phrase: Potential renal solute load (PRSL)
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3 +1potencjalne obciążenie osmotyczne nerek
Frank Szmulowicz, Ph. D.



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potential renal solute load (prsl)
potencjalne obciążenie osmotyczne nerek

Renal solute load (RSL) refers to all solutes of endogenous or dietary origin that require excretion by the kidneys. Potential renal solute load (PRSL) refers to solutes of dietary origin that would need to be excreted in the urine if none were diverted into synthesis of new tissue and none were lost through nonrenal routes.
where N is nitrogen, Na is sodium, Cl is chloride, K is potassium and Pa is available phosphorus, and the units are in millimoles (or milliosmoles), except for N, which is total N in mg. The term N/28 represents nitrogenous solutes (mmol) based on the assumption that the modal number of N atoms per molecule is 2. Pa is equal to total P except in soy-based diets, in which Pa is about two-thirds of total P.


Przyjmuje się, że dostępny biologicznie P to cała zawartość
P w mieszankach opartych na mleku i około 2/3 jego
zawartości w odżywkach opartych na soi, ponieważ pozostała
1/3 nie wchłania się w jelitach. Jeśli nie jest znana podaż
białka, można podzielić całkowitą ilość azotu w moczu
wyrażoną w miligramach przez 28, gdyż milimol mocznika
zawiera 28 mg N, a większość N w moczu jest wydzielana
w postaci mocznika. Wzór jest następujący:
Potencjalne obciążenie osmotyczne nerek =
N w moczu/28 + Na + K + Cl + dostępny P

(wszystkie wartości wyrażone w mOsm lub mmol)


Frank Szmulowicz, Ph. D.
United States
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agree  Marcin Pustkowski: Pozdrawiam serdecznie.
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  -> Thank you, Marcin, with my best regards.
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