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Polyethylene glycol vs. sodium phosphate for bowel preparation A

8/13/2014
01:27 | Author: Christina Harris

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Polyethylene glycol vs. sodium phosphate for bowel preparation A

This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative A newer residue-free formulation of sodium phosphate tablets.

Ravi Juluri 1 *, George Eckert 2 and Thomas F Imperiale 3 4 5.

Despite an absolute difference of just over 21% between NaP tablets and split dose 4 L PEG that favored NaP tablets, the CIs showed a large degree of overlap, most likely due to the imprecision of the individual trial point estimate for split dose PEG. There was minimal overlap of the 95% CI of NaP tablets with those of both NaP solution and 4 L PEG arms, both of which included adjunctive medications. Further, based on minimal or no overlap of the 95% CIs, NaP tablets resulted in a greater likelihood of achieving an excellent quality prep than did all PEG groups, while NaP solution was in between.

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Renal risks of sodium phosphate tablets for colonoscopy

6/12/2014
03:14 | Author: Devin Garcia

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Renal risks of sodium phosphate tablets for colonoscopy

Our aim was to analyse renal risks of the sodium phosphate tablets. Adverse Event Reporting System, a voluntary reporting system available for public access.

The mean weight for women with renal complications from tablet preparations was 68.57 ± 1.78 kg, significantly lower than the national average weight of 74 ± 0.5 kg for the same age group (P = 0.003) in NHANES. ABSTRACT Sodium-phosphate-containing colonoscopy preparations cause renal failure by the development of calcium phosphate nephropathy. In total 2,097,223 files were extracted from the US Food and Drug Administration website for and the first 9 months of 2009. Of these, 178 patients on tablet preparations (71% women) were identified, with increasing numbers of renal adverse drug reactions reported from tablet preparations each year. Renal adverse drug reactions from sodium phosphate tablets are more common in women with a mean body weight lower than the national average weight. We conducted a retrospective study using the US Food and Drug Administration Adverse Event Reporting System, a voluntary reporting system available for public access. Although Fleet's Phospho-Soda has been removed from the US market, sodium phosphate tablets sold as OsmoPrep and Visicol remain available. Our aim was to analyse renal risks of the sodium phosphate tablets. Renal adverse events were identified using search terms including renal impairment, increased blood urea nitrogen, increased creatinine, renal failure, acute renal failure, chronic renal failure, acute phosphate nephropathy, nephrocalcinosis, renal tubular necrosis, haemodialysis, nephropathy toxic, dialysis, peritoneal dialysis, renal injury, renal tubular disorder, decreased glomerular filtration rate and decreased creatinine clearance. Patient age, gender and body weight were compared with data for the general population in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES).

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Sodium acid phosphate - Medscape Reference

4/11/2014
05:21 | Author: Christina Harris

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Sodium acid phosphate - Medscape Reference

Sodium acid phosphate (Rx) - OsmoPrep, Phospho Soda, more..sodium biphosphate, sodium phosphate, Visicol OsmoPrep: 4 tablets with 8 oz of water PO q15min (total 20 tablets) evening before procedure, & repeat. Free Access.

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Betamethasone sodium phosphate soluble tablets 500 micrograms

2/10/2014
07:48 | Author: Caitlin White

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Betamethasone sodium phosphate soluble tablets 500 micrograms

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Clinical trial sodium phosphate tablets are preferred and better

10/19/2014
01:05 | Author: Kate Thompson

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Clinical trial sodium phosphate tablets are preferred and better

GET ACCESS Clinical trial: sodium phosphate tablets are preferred and better tolerated by patients compared to polyethylene glycol solution.

Methods  A prospective, randomized, investigator-blinded, multicentre trial was performed. Results were based on responses to a patient questionnaire.

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Wisconsin Center for Advanced Research, Milwaukee, WI, USA.

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Background  Patient acceptance of bowel preparation can affect colon cancer screening compliance.

Results  411 patients (205 sodium phosphate; 206 polyethylene glycol plus bisacodyl) completed the study preparation and patient questionnaire prior to colonoscopy.

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