hyperphosphoremia

hyperphosphoremia

[-fos′fərē′mē·ə]
an abnormally high level of phosphorus compounds in the blood.
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This survey collects data on age, months on dialysis, date of diagnosis, cause of kidney disease, Charlson comorbidity index, use of psychotropic drugs, daily number of pills, gender, civil status, work, educational level, potassium, calcium, phosphorus, hypertension, and hyperphosphoremia.
We used this 4-item test to measure adherence to oral treatment for hypertension and hyperphosphoremia.
However, there are few that specifically address the topic of adherence to hyperphosphoremia treatment and their data vary between 22 and 74%, according to authors (Arenas, Malek, Moledous, Alvarez-Ude, & Reig-Ferrer, 2010; Karamanidou, Clatworthy, Weinman, & Horne, 2008).