[Role of the time of administration of calcium carbonate (before or during mealtime) in the control of hyperphosphatemia in patients on maintenance hemodialysis].


UNLABELLED A study has claimed that at equal elemental calcium dose, CaCO3 was not less but equally efficient in controlling predialysis hyperphosphatemia as calcium acetate provided both calcium salts were given five minutes before the meals instead of during the meals because the higher acidity of a fasting gastric juice would allow a better dissociation… (More)


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