renoprotective

renoprotective

 [re″no-pro-tek´tiv]
protecting the kidney against harmful effects such as of a drug or other chemical.

renoprotective

[re′no-pro-tek′tiv]
protecting the kidney against harmful effects, such as of a drug or other chemical.

renoprotective

(rē″nō-prŏ-tek′tiv) [ reno- + protective]
Protecting the kidneys, structurally or functionally.
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Cisplatin nephrotoxicity: Mechanisms and renoprotective strategies.
The principal renoprotective strategies with regard to modifiable risk factors for progression of CKD are the following:
Analgesic (pain-reliever), anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, anti-ulcer, anti-cholinergic, anti-fungal, anti-hypertensive, antioxidant, antispasmodic, antiviral, bronchodilator, gluconeogenesis inhibitor (anti-diabetic), hepatoprotective (liver protecting), hypotensive, insulin sensitising, leukotriene antagonist, renoprotective (kidney protecting), tumour necrosis factor alpha inhibitor.
Bright renoprotective properties of metformin: beyond blood glucose regulatory effects.
In addition, searching for possible prevention and/or treatment of kidney stone (nephrolithiasis) or renal ischemia/reperfusion injury, he has been working on certain antioxidants, which might exhibit the renoprotective effects against those renal disorders by diminishing oxidative stress.
In vivo assessment of free radical activity during shock wave lithotripsy using a microdialysis system: the renoprotective action of allopurinol.
Previous studies in patients with coronary heart disease and chronic kidney disease also have shown that statins have a renoprotective effect.
The renoprotective effect of aged garlic in streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats has been demonstrated (Shiju et al.
4 Cardio- and Renoprotective Therapy for Diabetic Nephropathy 76 6.
Renoprotective effect of grape seeds extract in ethylene glycol induced nephrotoxic mice.
The Renoprotective Effect of Honey on Paracetamol - Induced Nephrotoxicity in Adult Male Albino Rats.