Presentation on theme: "Dietary Phosphorus Restriction for Control of PTH in CKD Guideline 4.1. Restriction of Dietary Phosphorus in Patients with CKD Dietary phosphorus should."— Presentation transcript:
Dietary Phosphorus Restriction for Control of PTH in CKD Guideline 4.1. Restriction of Dietary Phosphorus in Patients with CKD Dietary phosphorus should be restricted to 800-1000 mg/day when the serum phosphorus levels are elevated (>4.6 mg/dL [1.49 mmol/L] at stages 3 and 4 of CKD. Commentary “The available data and the opinion of the Work Group support the proposal that dietary phosphate restriction should be initiated when blood PTH levels begin to rise (Stage 2) and/or when serum phosphorus levels are elevated at any stage of CKD.” Adapted from National Kidney Foundation. Am J Kidney Dis 2003;42(4 suppl 3):S2-S201.
Risk of Death by Quarterly Varying Phosphorus
SPD405-206 Study: Change from Baseline in Serum Phosphorus
Calciphylaxis: Case Study Patient: 64-year-old man with a history of cryptogenic cirrhosis. On admission the patient had: Worsening liver failure Hypotension Renal failure Laboratory results: BUN:106 mg/dL (37.8 mmol/L) Creatinine:3.1 mg/dL (274.0 mmol/L) Total calcium:6.7 mg/dL (1.67 mmol/L) Phosphorus4.8 mg/dL (1.55 mmol/L) Calcium x phosphorous product32.2 mg 2 /dL 2 (2.58 mmol 2 /L 2 ) Albumin:1.3 g/dL (13 g/L) Blood, urine, and peritoneal fluid cultures were negative