Hyperphosphatemia

What is Hyperphosphatemia?

Hyperphosphatemia, that is, abnormally high serum phosphate levels, can result from increased phosphate intake, decreased phosphate excretion, or a disorder that shifts intracellular phosphate to extracellular space.

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My Phosphorus 4.70 mg/dL (2.40 - 4.40) is elevated rest is fine. I am really worried about my health.

My Phosphorus level is 4.70 which is...

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Phosphorus level in serum

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After going through your query I want to tell you that the level of...

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MY WIFE IS SUFFERING THE LETHARGY AND LACK OF ENERGY WHICH IS THE RESULT OF HER STAGE 4 CKD ** IS THERE A STIMULANT THAT WOULD ENERGISR...

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Proper treatment of CKD

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CKD patients usually have lethargy due to the following reasons...

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how do hard calcium deposits form? Why do they form?

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Conversion of blood vessel cells into bone cells.

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Cutaneous calcification, or...

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