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Changes in phosphate-calcium metabolism commonly occurred in patients with chronic kidney disease and are a major pathogenetic factor in the development of secondary hyperparathyroidism and mineral and bone disorder in this group of patients. This article is mainly devoted to a review of basic drugs for CKD-MBD therapy, in particular, Sevelamer and Cinacalcet.
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