hyperphosphataemia

hy·per·phos·pha·te·mi·a

(hī'pĕr-fos'fă-tē'mē-ă)
Elevation of phosphorus concentration in blood; may be due to consumption of large amounts of phosphorus-rich foods and drinks or to renal insufficiency. It may also be caused by hypocalcemia, hyperparathyroidism, or overuse of phosphate-containing laxatives or antacids. With concurrent hypocalcemia, tetany and seizures may occur.
Synonym(s): hyperphosphataemia.

hyperphosphataemia

Excessive levels of phosphates in the blood.

hy·per·phos·pha·te·mi·a

(hī'pĕr-fos'fă-tē'mē-ă)
Abnormally high concentration of phosphates in the circulating blood.
Synonym(s): hyperphosphataemia.
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The precautions used pre-emptively were close monitoring in intensive care unit (ICU) and high dependency unit (H DU), IV fluid hydration (3000ml/m 2/24hours), prophylactic allopurinol in a dose of 300mg/m2/day in three divided doses, restricted intake and output monitoring, preventing hyperkalaemia and hyperphosphataemia. Urinary alkalinisation was avoided.
Possible risk factors affecting sleep quality in ESKD patients have been extensively reviewed, and the common factors reported include: male gender, advanced age, presence of RLS, high caffeine intake, alcohol, cigarette smoking, hyperphosphataemia, anaemia, low plasma albumin concentration and inadequate dialysis (Al-Hahdali, 2012; Al-Jahdali, 2011; Chu et al., 2018; Gusbeth-Tatomir et al., 2007).
Goodman, "Importance of hyperphosphataemia in the cardio-renal axis," Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation , vol.
The indication for surgical intervention are PTH level > 800pg/mL, hypercalcemia, hyperphosphataemia, hypercalciuria, and severe symptom of hyperparathyroidism including unbearable bone pain, osteoporosis/osteopenia, and severe pruritus [11, 12].
Against this diagnosis, our patient presented with marked hyperphosphataemia (4.95mmol/L) and hypermagnesaemia (1.25mmol/L) which is inconsistent with the electrolyte derangement that are the hallmarks of refeeding syndrome [12,13].
Effectiveness of a nurse-led educational programme on chronic kidney failure patients with hyperphosphataemia: Randomised controlled trial.
* Hyperphosphataemia, hypocalcaemia, hypercalcaemia, elevated calcium-phosphate product (CaXP) and elevated ALP.
Management of hyperphosphataemia: Practices and perspectives amongst the renal care community.
Sevelamer for hyperphosphataemia in kidney failure: Controversy and perspective.
Hypocalcaemia is frequently associated with hyperphosphataemia in CKD with its mechanism associated with primary hyposecretion of parathormone which results in a progressive decrease in blood calcium levels up to a steady state characterised by an equality between urinary calcium excretion and osseous calcium secretion [13,14].
Phosphorus, hyperphosphataemia and phosphate binders in chronic kidney disease.
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