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    Alpha Ketoanalouge

    Information about Alpha Ketoanalouge

    Alpha ketoanalouge uses

    Alpha Ketoanalouge is used in the treatment of chronic kidney disease.

    How alpha ketoanalouge works

    Alpha ketoanalogue belongs to a class of drugs called as nutritional supplements. It follows same catabolic pathways as amino acids and works by improving the metabolism of protein in the body thereby improving the renal function.

    Common side effects of alpha ketoanalouge

    No common side effects seen
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    Reviewed By
    Dr. Ashish Ranjan
    MBBS, Clinical Elective, MD (Clinical Pharmacology), MBA (General management)
    Last updated on:
    08 Jan 2019 | 03:04 PM (IST)
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    Expert advice for Alpha Ketoanalouge

    • You have been prescribed Alpha Ketoanalouge for treatment of chronic kidney disease.
    • Taking it along with a low-protein diet helps in delaying the progression of kidney diseases and dialysis initiation.
    • Ensure that you maintain adequate calorie intake during therapy.
    • Regularly monitor serum calcium levels as instructed by your doctor. Reduce your intake of vitamin D and other calcium sources if the levels are high.


    Content on this page was last updated on 08 January, 2019, by Dr. Varun Gupta (MD Pharmacology)