Taste changes common, linked to gastrointestinal symptoms in patients with ESKD

Researchers from Australia found taste changes are highly prevalent, but under-recognized, in patients with end-stage kidney disease. Further, these taste changes were linked with gastrointestinal symptoms, such as nausea and vomiting.According to Jessica Dawson, MNutDiet, of the nutrition and dietetics department at St George Hospital in North South Wales, and colleagues, although there is substantial evidence related to gastrointestinal symptoms in patients with kidney disease, taste disturbances remain an under-studied area.“The pathophysiology of taste changes in CKD is complex withRead More

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