Why does citrate cause paresthesias

Why does citrate cause paresthesias?

Paresthesias are often related to hypocalcemia caused by the citrate infusion as anticoagulant for the extracorporeal system or in the FFP administered as a replacement fluid.

Citrate binds to free calcium to form soluble calcium citrate, thereby lowering the free but not the total serum calcium concentration.


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