Hyperphosphatemia due to fosphenytoin in a pediatric ESRD patient

@article{McBryde2005HyperphosphatemiaDT,
  title={Hyperphosphatemia due to fosphenytoin in a pediatric ESRD patient},
  author={Kevin D. McBryde and Jennifer E. Wilcox and Kanwal K. Kher},
  journal={Pediatric Nephrology},
  year={2005},
  volume={20},
  pages={1182-1185}
}
Fosphenytoin is indicated for the treatment of generalized convulsions and seizures occurring during neurosurgery. Metabolites of fosphenytoin include phenytoin, phosphate, and formaldehyde. The drug monograph recommends caution in administering fosphenytoin to patients in whom phosphate restriction is necessary. Additionally, fosphenytoin has altered pharmacokinetics in end-stage renal disease patients. We report a 17-year old African-American male with end-stage renal disease who developed… 
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