Calcium Acetate (PhosLo) is used in the management of hyperphosphatemia associated with CKD.
Important monitoring parameters for calcium acetate include phosphorus, calcium, PTH, and renal function.
There are numerous binding interactions with calcium acetate. It can reduce concentrations of some HIV drugs, antibiotics, and thyroid supplements. I discuss more examples in the podcast.
Thiazide diuretic in combination with calcium acetate may increase the risk for hypercalcemia.
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