Hyperphosphatemia is an increase in the concentration of phosphates in the blood (a rare disease). But in the presence of renal failure or renal failure, its prevalence increases to 70-75%.
Phosphates are the active participants in most metabolic reactions. They are involved in the formation of many tissues. Especially necessary phosphates in the development of bones and elements of nervous tissue. But their excess (hyperphosphatemia) is often associated with the impaired renal function.
Hyperphosphatemia also occurs when the phosphate is not properly disposed of by the excretory system. If the work of the kidneys worsens by 45-50%, then the body can not maintain normal homeostasis, and the disease develops.