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Phosphate (PO4)

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Phosphate levels are high in Kidney Failure. If not controlled, this causes

· bone disease to be worse

· itching

· calcium deposits to form in blood vessels and in other parts of the body - these may cause serious disease.

What is the Normal Range of Phosphate?

· Normal blood phosphate levels are 0.9 - 1.3 mmol/litre (2.5-4.3mg/dl).

· In renal failure the aim is to keep levels at or below 1.8 by controlling the amount of phosphate in diet and by using phosphate binding drugs.



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