disorder, diagnosis, possible underlying causes, and treatment
prescribed drugs, (such as oral calcium salts and vitamin D), including drug names, dosages, rationales for use, and schedule of administration
potential adverse of medications, including hypercalcemia
signs and symptoms of complications, especially hypocalcemia and hypercalcemia, and the need to notify a practitioner if any occur
importance of adhering to the plan for follow-up care and periodic monitoring of calcium and phosphorus levels.