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Suppress PTH synthesis & decreases PTH concentrations

This is the MOA for which drug?
Vitamin D Analogs

Calcitriol
(Calcijex, Rocaltrol)

Treatment of hypocalcemia complication of chronic renal disease.
Metabolized to active form of Vit D --> Controls tubular calcium reabsorption & mobilization of calcium

This is the MOA for which drug?
Vitamin D Analogs

Doxercalciferol (Hectorol)

Treatment of hypocalcemia complication of chronic renal
Suppress PTH synthesis & decreases PTH concentrations

This is the MOA for which drug?
Vitamin D Analogs

Paricalcitol (Zemplar)

Treatment of hypocalcemia complication of chronic renal
Binds Phos in intestine, without altering calcium, aluminum or bicarb concentrations

This is the MOA for which drug?
Phosphate Binders

Sevelamer HCl (Renagel)
Sevelamer carbonate (Renvela)

Treatment of hypocalcemia complication of chronic renal
Decrease serum phosphate in ESRD by inhibiting absorption of dietary Phosphate

This is the MOA for which drug?
Phosphate Binders

Lanthanum Carbonate (Fosrenol)

Treatment of hypocalcemia complication of chronic renal
Attaches to calcium receptor on PT gland & inc. receptor sensitivity to serum Ca++, dec. PTH

This is the MOA for which drug?
Cinacalcet (Sensipar)

Calcium Modulator

Treatment of hypocalcemia; complication of chronic kidney disease