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  1. Frequently Asked Questions about PKU

    ... be lowered? How much tyrosine should be added to the amino acid mixture? How should tyrosine be followed? What are ... BH4 (sapropterin) and neurotransmitter precursors is essential. It is therefore essential to diagnose these patients as early as ...

  2. XXV ESPKU Conference

    ... probably due to diverse brain blood barrier permeability to amino acids and nutrients, variations in the repair capacity of the brain to ... consequences and on nutritional management, by teaching essential skills to live with the disease (e.g. selection and preparation of ...

  3. 4th European Phenylketonuria Group (EPG) Symposium

    ... Serono Symposia International Foundation (SSIF) consider it essential to continue their series of successful meetings on PKU, and have ... deficiency Social and financial management of PKU Amino acid status in PKU Chair(s) Nenad Blau CME ...

  4. 4th European Phenylketonuria Group Symposium

    ... The themes explored included: strategies for providing essential amino acids in the diet of PKU patients, comparing and contrasting ...

  5. SSIEM Annual Symposium 2012

    ... content. It appears to offer a number of advantages over an amino acids (AA)-deprived diet as it provides: a better range of AAs in the ... The problem of non-essentials In AA disorders, non-essential AAs become 'essential', said Prof Francjan van Spronsen2. In addition ...

  6. 2nd Dietitians’ Workshop

    ... of ensuring patients on PKU diets have correct levels of essential micronutrients. Both speakers expressed concerns that lack of ... the level of protein restriction but they still require some amino acid supplementation. It is important to monitor the patient and adjust ...

  7. Profile – Mrs Eleanor Weetch

    ... and activity weekends for children. We organize amino acids analysis for example and each year we get different foods analyzed ... would continue to employ a dietitian, Mrs Weetch said it was essential for a support group to have a dietitian’s expertise as well as ...

  8. 2nd Dietitians Workshop on PKU

    ... through an adequate diet that includes folates and essential fatty acids, reduce risks for the developing child, but side effects ... for lesser protein restriction but still requiring some amino acid supplementation. They also discussed how to adjust its dose ...