Is there any evidence to use potassium citrate, magnesium citrate in triple phosphate crystalluria?

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Potassium citrate is a urinary alkalinizing medication. It makes urine less acidic. Potassium citrate works by crystallizing stone-forming salts such as calcium oxalate, calcium phosphate, and uric acid within the urinary bladder by increasing the urinary pH and urine citrate levels.

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AS THESE MEDICATIONS ARE USED TO MAKE URINE LESS .. ACIDIC.. THIS WAY IT'S HELPFUL IN CRYSTALLURIA ..

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To make urine less acidic So used in crystalluria

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Not established

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