Education and Protein Supplementation Improve Nutritional Biomarkers among Hypoalbuminemic Peritoneal Dialysis Patients: A Quasi-Experimental Design

Tuyen Van Duong, Chang-An Tsao, Evelyn Yang, Ching-Hsiu Peng, Yi-Cheng Hou, Yan-Chen Su, Jui-Ting Chang, Shwu-Huey Yang

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Protein-energy wasting is prevalent in peritoneal dialysis patients, which causes a heavy burden for individuals and healthcare systems. We aimed to investigate the effect of nutritional education, and/or protein supplementation on nutritional biomarkers in hypoalbuminemic peritoneal dialysis patients. A quasi-experimental study was conducted in two dialysis centers at Taipei Tzu Chi Hospital and Shin Kong Wu Ho-Su Memorial Hospital. Patients were allocated in three groups including control (n = 12), milk protein (n = 21) and soy protein (n = 20). All patients received dietary guidelines from dietitians and completed 3-day dietary records during monthly visits for consecutive three months. Nutrients were analyzed using Nutritionist Professional software. Blood urea nitrogen (BUN), creatinine, albumin, total protein, hemoglobin, serum calcium, phosphorus, sodium, and potassium were assessed monthly. Total cholesterol and triglycerides were measured every three months. After three-month intervention, protein intake (percent of total calories), and serum albumin were significantly increased in three groups. Protein, phosphorus intake, and BUN were increased in two intervention groups. Total serum protein increased in control and milk protein groups, and creatinine increased the control group. Serum phosphorus was not significantly changed. Nutritional education alone, or combined with protein supplementation, significantly improve protein intake, and nutritional status by increasing serum albumin, but not serum phosphorus in hypoalbuminemic peritoneal dialysis patients.

Original languageEnglish
JournalHealthcare (Basel, Switzerland)
Volume7
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Nov 5 2019

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Peritoneal Dialysis
Research Design
Biomarkers
Education
Phosphorus
Proteins
Nutritionists
Milk Proteins
Blood Urea Nitrogen
Serum Albumin
Blood Proteins
Creatinine
Diet Records
Nutrition Policy
Control Groups
Soybean Proteins
Nutritional Status
Serum
Dialysis
Albumins

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Education and Protein Supplementation Improve Nutritional Biomarkers among Hypoalbuminemic Peritoneal Dialysis Patients : A Quasi-Experimental Design. / Duong, Tuyen Van; Tsao, Chang-An; Yang, Evelyn; Peng, Ching-Hsiu; Hou, Yi-Cheng; Su, Yan-Chen; Chang, Jui-Ting; Yang, Shwu-Huey.

In: Healthcare (Basel, Switzerland), Vol. 7, No. 4, 05.11.2019.

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