4 responses to “Correcting the Myth of Calcium Correction”

  1. Wow! This was very informative and what seems like an important new perspective to how calcium levels should be thought about and assessed. Thanks for writing this.

  2. Based on this evidence, I will abandon the Payne formula, and screen at low to moderate risk oncology patients with serum calcium and confirm with ionized calcium. I will order ionized calcium in high risk oncology patients.

  3. I love it when orthodoxy is questioned and found wanting. Thank you for updating our understanding of this aspect of calcium testing.

  4. although it is not applicable to my current practice , I found it very rational and useful and surly I will use this information in relevant discussions with my patients and other healthcare professionals.

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