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The liquid form of sodium phosphate was removed from the market in the United States in 2008 because of reports of acute phosphate nephropathy, a condition caused by phosphate precipitates in the kidney tubules (Landreneau & Di Palma, 2010; Nyberg et al.
28) In this setting, the term phosphate nephropathy (rather than nephrocalcinosis) is preferred.
Slee TM, Vleming LJ, Valentijn RM 2008 Renal failure due to acute phosphate nephropathy Netherlands Journal of Medicine 66 (10) 438-441
Since then, the agency has received reports of acute phosphate nephropathy with both prescription and OTC products, including 20 unique cases of kidney injury associated with the use of OsmoPrep.
Since then, the agency has received reports of acute phosphate nephropathy with both prescription and products available in the OTC setting, including 20 unique cases of kidney injury associated with the use of Osmo-Prep.
Clinical and histopathological data suggest that the main mechanisms of phosphate nephropathy are direct tubulotoxic effects of marked hyperphosphatemia and depositions of calcium phosphate crystals in the distal tubule and the collecting ducts (3).
Use with caution in patients with impaired renal function, patients with a history of acute phosphate nephropathy, known or suspected electrolyte disturbances (such as dehydration), or people taking drugs that affect electrolyte levels.
Nephrocalcinosis Secondary to Acute Phosphate Nephropathy Following Oral Sodium Phosphate Bowel Purgatives