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Chapter: Clinical Anesthesiology: Perioperative & Critical Care Medicine: Management of Patients with Fluid & Electrolyte Disturbances

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Disorders of Phosphorus Balance

Phosphorus is an important intracellular constituent.

Disorders of Phosphorus Balance

Phosphorus is an important intracellular constitu-ent. Its presence is required for the synthesis of the phospholipids and phosphoproteins in cell membranes and intracellular organelles, (2) the phosphonucleotides involved in protein synthesis and reproduction, and (3) ATP used for the storage of energy. Only 0.1% of total body phosphorus is in ECF; 85% is in bone and 15% is intracellular.

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