Control of the size of simple kidney cysts by a combination of dietician supplement

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D.D. Ivanov


The effectiveness of the dietary supplement Aneza is presented with a practical approach. Aneza is positioned to control the size of simple kidney cysts. The author considers the properties of dietary supplements, which became the basis for a 6-month initiative study EFFECTIVENESS OF ANESA IN SIMPLE KIDNEY CYSTS (ETAP). The POEM study design was based on evidence-based practice and was conducted as an open prospective rando­mized in one group free of charge in 60 people aged 30 to 65 years with a diagnosed cyst I–II according to Bosniak. Exclusion criteria were as follows: invasive urological history, renal failure (chronic kidney disease stage 3 and above). The average decrease in the vo­lume of the cyst on the background of receiving Aneza in the right kidney was minus 46.5 %, in the left — minus 39.9 %, on average minus 42.9 % (P ≤ 0.01). The best dynamics of cyst volume reduction was observed in women older than 40 years — 66.8 % vs. 52.5 % up to 40 years: (t = 0.97), and in men up to 40 years old: 27.1 % vs. 30.5 % (t = 0.29). The study confirms the effectiveness of Aneza in people with simple kidney cysts and, in the author’s opi­nion, a dietary supplement can be recommended as an additional means of controlling the growth of kidney cysts I–II according to Bosniak.

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Ivanov, D. “Control of the Size of Simple Kidney Cysts by a Combination of Dietician Supplement”. KIDNEYS, vol. 10, no. 3, Sept. 2021, pp. 150-5, doi:10.22141/2307-1257.10.3.2021.239592.
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