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"Hyperkalemia"




  1. photo Almost everyone is deficient and you can die without it: PotassiumAlmost everyone is deficient and you can die without it: PotassiumNews
    induce equally dangerous hyperkalemia (too much serum potassium), according to Dr. Michael Greger, 98 percent of Americans are potassium deficient, measured against the RDA (recommended dietary allowanceRead more
  2. photo This is Why Baking Soda is One of The Most Powerful Things You Can Use. Here’s What You Didn’t Know About ItThis is Why Baking Soda is One of The Most Powerful Things You Can Use. Here’s What You Didn’t Know About ItTreatment
    the quality of your skin and hair Effectively treats influence and colds Prevents the formation of kidney stones, bladder infections, and hyperkalemia Lowers the risk of acidity, peptic ulcer, diarrheaRead more
  3. photo Stage 4 Cancer Gone With Baking Soda TreatmentStage 4 Cancer Gone With Baking Soda TreatmentTreatment
    to the body, it is used in the treatment of hyperkalemia (high levels of potassium in the blood). But keep in mind that excessive consumption of baking soda can result in high sodium levels in the bodyRead more
  4. photo Don’t Take This with That! Common Drug-Herb-Vitamin InteractionsDon’t Take This with That! Common Drug-Herb-Vitamin InteractionsTreatment
    (Levodopa), penicillamine, quinolone antibiotics (Ciprofloxacin, Norfloxacin, Ofloxacine). Potassium: Combined with ACE-inhibitors, Cyclosporin and potassium sparing diuretics, can lead to hyperkalemiaRead more

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Hyperkalemia

Disease

Hyperkalemia (hyperkalaemia in British English, hyper- high; kalium, potassium; -emia, "in the blood") refers to the condition in which the concentration of the electrolyte potassium (K+) in the blood is elevated. The symptoms of elevated potassium are nonspecific, and the condition is usually discovered on blood tests performed for another reason. Extreme hyperkalemia is a medical emergency...More