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HYPOPHOSPHATEMIA & HYPERPHOSPHATEMIA

Hypophosphatemia is an electrolyte imbalance where there is a decrease in the serum phosphate level that is less than the normal range.

It is recognized most often in critically-ill patients, decompensated diabetics, alcoholics or other malnourished persons, and acute infectious or pulmonary disorders.

It may be transient and reflect intracellular shift with minimal clinical consequences.

Hyperphosphatemia is an electrolyte disturbance in which an increase in the serum phosphate level of more than the normal range is present.

Most symptoms of acute hyperphosphatemia are due to secondary hypocalcemia.

The significant level of hyperphosphatemia in adults is >6 mg/dL.

Hypophosphatemia & Hyperphosphatemia Drug Information

Drug Information
Cebion Vitamin C + Calcium Effervescent Tablet
ascorbic acid + calcium carbonate

Indication: Health supplement.

Indication: Severe hypophosphataemia (serum levels <0.3 mmol/L) & other degrees of hypophosphataemia when oral ther...

Indication: Phosphate-binding agent for control of hyperphosphataemia in chronic renal failure patients on haemodialysis o...

Ca-C 1000 Sandoz
ascorbic acid + calcium carbonate + calcium lactat...
Calcium Vitamin D3 Stada
calcium carbonate + calcium lactate gluconate + co...
Calcium with Vitamin D Plus YSP
calcium carbonate + vitamin D
Calcium-Sandoz 600 + Vitamin D3
calcium carbonate + calcium lactate gluconate + co...
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