Acute phosphate nephropathy after bowel cleansing: still a menace.

@article{Santos2010AcutePN,
  title={Acute phosphate nephropathy after bowel cleansing: still a menace.},
  author={Pedro Geisel Santos and Ana Paula Tavares Branco and Sandra Cristina da Silva and Ana Paiva and Jorge Baldaia and Jos{\'e} Maximino and Alyne Loureiro and Rui Henrique},
  journal={Nefrologia : publicacion oficial de la Sociedad Espanola Nefrologia},
  year={2010},
  volume={30 6},
  pages={702-4}
}
Dear editor: Colonoscopy is critically dependent on adequate pre-procedural bowel cleansing and oral sodium phosphate bowel purgatives (OSP) have been used with good acceptance and efficacy for this purpose. Among others metabolic and clinical disturbances described after the procedure, acute kidney injury may be a serious complication. We present two cases of sodium phosphate induced acute renal failure. 
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