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Appendix G. Table 1Withdrawals and adverse events for diet trials

StudyAny Study Withdrawals n/N (%)Any or Serious Adverse Events Leading to Study Withdrawal n/N (%)Subjects with at Least One Adverse Event n/N (%)Adverse Event: (describe) n/N (%)Adverse Event: (describe) n/N (%)
DietControlDietControlDietControlDietControlDietControl
Dussol 20081Month 48
Low animal protein diet
32/55 (58.2%)
High fiber diet
33/60 (55.0%)
Month 48


37/60 (61.7%)
NRNRNRNRNRNR
Sarica 200620/120/90/120/9NRNRNRNR
Borghi 20023Low protein/Na diet
8/60 (13.3)
Low calcium diet
9/60 (15.0)
Low protein/Na diet
3/60 (5.0)
Low calcium diet
7/60 (11.7)
NRNRHTN
1/60 (1.7)
HTN
7/60 (11.7)
Stroke
1/60 (1.7)
Gout
1/60 (1.7)
Death (accidental)
2/60 (3.3)
Di Silverio 20004Mineral H20 calcium 15 mg/I
0/192
Tap H20 calcium 55–130 mg/l
0/192
Mineral H20 calcium 15 mg/I
0/192
Tap H20 calcium 55–130 mg/l
0/192
NRNRNRNR
Kocvara 19995Not stated per arm, 35 patients (14%) not assessed at year 3NRNRNRNRNRNR
Borghi 1996611/99 (11.1)10/100 (10.0)NRNRNRNRNRNR
Hiatt 199679/51 (17.6)15/51 (29.4)NRNRNRNRNRNR
Shuster 1992844/504 (8.7)28/505 (5.5)2/504 (0.4)2/505 (0.4)NRNRDeath
2/504 (0.4)
Death
2/505 (0.4)

Abbreviations: HTN= hypertension; Na = sodium; NR = not reported

These results refer only to the number of participants who withdrew for these specific reasons. No data were reported on specific adverse effects that did not lead to study withdrawal.

These results refer only to the number of participants who withdrew for these specific reasons. No data were reported on specific adverse effects that did not lead to study withdrawal.

From: Appendix G, Withdrawals and Adverse Events Tables

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