Phosphate: The Forgotten Electrolyte

The kidneys' most important function is the regulation of electrolytes, one of which is phosphorous. Greater than 60% of patients will present with hyperphosphatemia with acute renal failure. Pam Waters discusses how you can help critically ill patients with CRRT therapy. 

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