Severe hyperphosphatemia associated with hemorrhagic shock.

Abstract

Hyperphosphatemia is an electrolyte abnormality that most frequently results from renal insufficiency and the attendant inability to excrete phosphorus (PO4) efficiently. A case is presented in which a young man with hemorrhagic shock developed severe hyperphosphatemia in the absence of renal failure. This is the first such case documented to the authors… (More)

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