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Reduction of total parenteral nutrition-induced urinary calcium loss by increasing the phosphorus in the total parenteral nutrition prescription



Reduction of total parenteral nutrition-induced urinary calcium loss by increasing the phosphorus in the total parenteral nutrition prescription



Jpen. Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition 10(2): 188-190



The effects of increasing intravenous phosphorus loads on urinary calcium excretion were evaluated in total parenteral nutrition (TPN) patients. Urinary Ca exceeded daily intake by 50 mg when 700 mg P was given daily, was equal to intake at 1000 mg P, and was 30 mg less than intake when 1300 mg P was given. The findings suggest that TPN-induced hypercalciuria can be attenuated in the short term by intravenous phosphate.

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DOI: 10.1177/0148607186010002188


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