Phosphate measurements during hypokinesia and phosphate supplements in disclosing phosphate changes in hypokinetic subjects.
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Sep 01, 2002
It was concluded that a significant P excretion in urine and feces in spite of negative P balance and P supplementation may demonstrate reduced P retention, while a significant increase of negative P balance may demonstrate P depletion. Clearly, P intake, regardless of its low or higher dose, was significantly wasted during HK probably due to the decreased ability of the body to retain P.
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