Hyperphosphatemia Medications

Popular Hyperphosphatemia Drugs

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Phosphate Binders 31
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CALCIUM ACETATE is a calcium salt. It works to bind phosphate in the digestive tract. This medicine is used to treat high levels of phosphate in patients with chronic renal failure.
Phosphate Binders 284
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SEVELAMER is a polymer. It binds phosphates in the stomach and prevents them from being absorbed into the body. This medicine is used in patients with chronic kidney disease on dialysis to prevent dangerous increases in phosphates.
Phosphate Binders 656
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SEVELAMER is a polymer. It binds phosphates in the stomach and prevents them from being absorbed into the body. This medicine is used in patients with chronic kidney disease on dialysis to prevent dangerous increases in phosphates.
Phosphate Binders 1,110
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LANTHANUM CARBONATE is a binding agent. This medicine is used to decrease the amount of phosphate in your blood that may build up due to kidney disease.
Phosphate Binders 1,006
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IRON SUCROSE also known as SUCROFERRIC OXYHYDROXIDE is an iron complex. It binds phosphates in the stomach and prevents them from being absorbed by the body. This medicine is used in patients with chronic kidney disease on dialysis to prevent dangerous increases in phosphates.
Phosphate Binders 118
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CALCIUM ACETATE is a calcium salt. It works to bind phosphate in the digestive tract. This medicine is used to treat high levels of phosphate in patients with chronic renal failure.
Phosphate Binders 1,037
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FERRIC CITRATE is an iron complex. It binds phosphates in the stomach and prevents them from being absorbed by the body. This medicine is used in patients with chronic kidney disease on dialysis to prevent dangerous increases in phosphates.
Phosphate Binders 138
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CALCIUM ACETATE oral solution is a calcium salt. To works to bind phosphate in the digestive tract. The medicine is used to treat high levels of phosphate in patients with chronic renal failure.

Note: Popularity is based on total prescriptions for the brand and generic versions of each drug, regardless of the condition being treated. Some drugs are prescribed for multiple conditions.

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