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Phosphorus Levels in the Critically Ill

Phosphorus Levels in the Critically Ill

Update: 2020-08-26
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Reviewing the rationale behind checking for hypophosphatemia in patients who are critically ill in the intensive care unit (ICU) exploring the functions of phosphate, phosphate metabolism, as well as causes of hypophophatemia. Unfortunately, there isn't much randomized controlled study data about this. 


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Phosphorus Levels in the Critically Ill

Phosphorus Levels in the Critically Ill

Eddy Joe, MD