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December 16, 2010

Dietary Phosphate Prescription and Survival in Dialysis Patients

One Comment to “Dietary Phosphate Prescription and Survival in Dialysis Patients”

  1. Rejith Egodahewa said,

    May 16, 2011 @ 10:55 pm

    My Uncle who is a survivor of renal failure recently recorded 3.3 units in Creatinin. It was in the range of 2.0 before he admitted to Nephrology Unit.

    Very recent CT scan reported (suspected) that Right Kidney is affected by Lymphoma. As his age is 77y and also had a stroke and taking medication for cardiac disorder past 10 yrs, doctors at Nephro unit are reluctant to go for a surgery or transplant, since the other one also week in performance.

    Diet plan is also given and it is being administered..

    Can any one please advise….


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