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EVALUATION OF GENDR EFFECTS ON SERUM CALCIUM, PHOSPHORUS, AND ALKALINE PHOSPHATASE IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS

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 BACKGROUND AND AIM: HAS BEEN SHOWN THAT SERUM CALCIUM AND PHOSPHORUS LEVELS MORE THAN 11 AND 6 MG/DL RESPECTIVELY, INHEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS ARE CORRELATED WITH INCREASED RISK OF HOSPITALIZATION AND MORTALITY RATE OF 25% AND 60% RESPECTIVELY, COMPARED WITH OTHER HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS WITH LOWER LEVELS OF THIS PARAMETERS. ALSO SHOWN THAT THE RESULT OF MULTIPLYINGTHE SERUM CALCIUM AND PHOSPHORUS LEVELS MORE THAN 50 IN PATIENTS IS ASSOCIATED WITH INCREASED RISK OF HOSPITALIZATION ANDMORTALITY. THIS STUDY WERE PERFORMED TO DETERMINE THE SERUM LEVELS OF CALCIUM, PHOSPHORUS AND ALKALINE PHOSPHATASE ANDEVALUATE THE RESULTS OF MULTIPLYING THE SERUM CALCIUM AND PHOSPHORUS LEVELS IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS. ...

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