Phosphate management-a dietitian's perspective.

  title={Phosphate management-a dietitian's perspective.},
  author={Deepa Kariyawasam},
  journal={Journal of renal care},
  volume={35 Suppl 1},
Hyperphosphataemia is a complication of renal failure which can lead to vascular calcification and hyperparathyroidism. Many factors influence phosphate levels, e.g. adherence to a low phosphate diet, adequate dialysis, hyperparathyroidism and concordance with phosphate binders. This article looks at the issues to consider and provides a dietitian's perspective on phosphate management. 
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