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Phosphate end dialysis value: a misleading parameter of hemodialysis efficiency. French Society for Pediatric Nephrology

Despite low end dialysis serum phosphate levels (Pe) the control of phosphate retention remains often unsatisfactory in dialyzed patients. In order to assess the value of Pe in dialyzed children as an indicator of dialytic phosphate removal, we studied serum phosphate kinetics over the period of dia... Full description

Journal Title: Pediatric nephrology (Berlin West), 1997-04, Vol.11 (2), p.193-195
Main Author: Fischbach, M
Other Authors: Boudailliez, B , Foulard, M
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  • Urea - urine
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description: Despite low end dialysis serum phosphate levels (Pe) the control of phosphate retention remains often unsatisfactory in dialyzed patients. In order to assess the value of Pe in dialyzed children as an indicator of dialytic phosphate removal, we studied serum phosphate kinetics over the period of dialysis and post dialysis and compared these with urea kinetics. A multicenter study was conducted in the 21 French pediatric hemodialysis units and included 144 children under 15 years of age. Blood urea and phosphate concentrations were measured at the beginning, at 45 min later, at the end of dialysis, and 30 min post dialysis. At 60 min and at 360 min post dialysis measurements were made only for a subgroup of 12 children. From the serum levels, reduction ratios for urea (URR) and phosphate (PRR) and post dialysis rebound for urea (PDUR) and phosphate (PDPR) were calculated. URR (over the dialysis session, 72% +/- 9%) was higher than PRR (47% +/- 12%). Moreover, urea removal continued throughout the dialysis period, while most of the reduction in phosphate occurred in the initial dialysis period. Post dialysis urea rebound was limited to the 60th min post dialysis, whereas post dialysis phosphate rebound occurred until the 360th min post dialysis; by this time the serum phosphate levels had almost reached the predialysis levels. In summary, serum phosphate kinetics over dialysis and post dialysis periods in children appear to be misleading for the quantification of phosphate removal, i.e., phosphate clearance is a poor indicator of dialytic phosphate removal.
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descriptionDespite low end dialysis serum phosphate levels (Pe) the control of phosphate retention remains often unsatisfactory in dialyzed patients. In order to assess the value of Pe in dialyzed children as an indicator of dialytic phosphate removal, we studied serum phosphate kinetics over the period of dialysis and post dialysis and compared these with urea kinetics. A multicenter study was conducted in the 21 French pediatric hemodialysis units and included 144 children under 15 years of age. Blood urea and phosphate concentrations were measured at the beginning, at 45 min later, at the end of dialysis, and 30 min post dialysis. At 60 min and at 360 min post dialysis measurements were made only for a subgroup of 12 children. From the serum levels, reduction ratios for urea (URR) and phosphate (PRR) and post dialysis rebound for urea (PDUR) and phosphate (PDPR) were calculated. URR (over the dialysis session, 72% +/- 9%) was higher than PRR (47% +/- 12%). Moreover, urea removal continued throughout the dialysis period, while most of the reduction in phosphate occurred in the initial dialysis period. Post dialysis urea rebound was limited to the 60th min post dialysis, whereas post dialysis phosphate rebound occurred until the 360th min post dialysis; by this time the serum phosphate levels had almost reached the predialysis levels. In summary, serum phosphate kinetics over dialysis and post dialysis periods in children appear to be misleading for the quantification of phosphate removal, i.e., phosphate clearance is a poor indicator of dialytic phosphate removal.
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abstractDespite low end dialysis serum phosphate levels (Pe) the control of phosphate retention remains often unsatisfactory in dialyzed patients. In order to assess the value of Pe in dialyzed children as an indicator of dialytic phosphate removal, we studied serum phosphate kinetics over the period of dialysis and post dialysis and compared these with urea kinetics. A multicenter study was conducted in the 21 French pediatric hemodialysis units and included 144 children under 15 years of age. Blood urea and phosphate concentrations were measured at the beginning, at 45 min later, at the end of dialysis, and 30 min post dialysis. At 60 min and at 360 min post dialysis measurements were made only for a subgroup of 12 children. From the serum levels, reduction ratios for urea (URR) and phosphate (PRR) and post dialysis rebound for urea (PDUR) and phosphate (PDPR) were calculated. URR (over the dialysis session, 72% +/- 9%) was higher than PRR (47% +/- 12%). Moreover, urea removal continued throughout the dialysis period, while most of the reduction in phosphate occurred in the initial dialysis period. Post dialysis urea rebound was limited to the 60th min post dialysis, whereas post dialysis phosphate rebound occurred until the 360th min post dialysis; by this time the serum phosphate levels had almost reached the predialysis levels. In summary, serum phosphate kinetics over dialysis and post dialysis periods in children appear to be misleading for the quantification of phosphate removal, i.e., phosphate clearance is a poor indicator of dialytic phosphate removal.
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