Effect of Patiromer on Urinary Ion Excretion in Healthy Adults

Volume: 11, Issue: 10, Pages: 1769 - 1776
Published: Sep 27, 2016
Abstract
Background and objectives Patiromer is a nonabsorbed potassium-binding polymer that uses calcium as the counterexchange ion. The calcium released with potassium binding has the potential to be absorbed or bind phosphate. Because binding is not specific for potassium, patiromer can bind other cations. Here, we evaluate the effect of patiromer on urine ion excretion in healthy adults, which reflects gastrointestinal ion absorption. Design,...
Paper Details
Title
Effect of Patiromer on Urinary Ion Excretion in Healthy Adults
Published Date
Sep 27, 2016
Volume
11
Issue
10
Pages
1769 - 1776
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