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|Active Ingredient:||sevelamer hydrochloride|
|Strength(s):||403 mg capsules and 400mg and 800mg tablets|
|Dosage Form(s):||Capsules and Tablets|
|Company Name:||GelTex Pharmaceuticals, Inc.|
|*Date Approved by FDA:||October 30, 1998|
|*Approval by FDA does not mean that the drug is available for consumers at this time.|
|What is Renagel used for? Renagel is used to reduce the level of
phosphorus in patients with end-stage renal disease that are on hemodialysis.
Who should not take Renagel? You should not take Renagel if you have hypophoshphatemia (low levels of phosphorus) or bowel obstruction.
What are some possible side effects of Renagel? (This is NOT a complete list of side effects reported with Renagel. Your health care provider can discuss with you a more complete list of side effects.)
For more detailed information about Renagel, ask your health care provider.
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