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Potassium

Aid in learning the clinical significance of potassium

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Hypokalemia< 3.5 meq/L
muscle weakness, fast heart rate, cardiac arrest< 3.0 meq/L
< 3.0 meq/Lcritical value
Hypokalemiavomiting, diarrhea, K poor IV fluid
Hypokalemiahyperglycemia treated with insulin
Hypokalemiaalkalosis in compensation
Hypokalemiahyperaldosteronism
Hypokalemiarenal tubular acidosis
Hypokalemiadiuretics
< 3.5 meq/Lvomiting, diarrhea, K poor IV fluid
< 3.5 meq/Lhyperglycemia treated with insulin
< 3.5 meq/Lalkalosis in compensation
< 3.5 meq/Lhyperaldosteronism
< 3.5 meq/Lrenal tubular acidosis
< 3.5 meq/Ldiuretics
> 145 meq/Lhyperkalemia
mental confusion, weakness, flaccid paralysis of extremities, cardiac arrest> 7.5 meq/L
critical value> 7.5 meq/L
> 5.0 meq/Lhemolysis
> 5.0 meq/Lmassive transfusions in infants
> 5.0 meq/Ldehydration, shock
> 5.0 meq/Ldiabetic ketoacidosis
> 5.0 meq/Lhypoaldosteronism
> 5.0 meq/Lacidosis in compensation
> 5.0 meq/Lacute or end-stage renal failure
> 5.0 meq/Lthrombocytosis
> 5.0 meq/Ltourniquet too tight or on too long
hyperkalemiahemolysis
hyperkalemiamassive transfusions in infants
hyperkalemiadehydration, shock
hyperkalemiadiabetic ketoacidosis
hyperkalemiahypoaldosteronism
hyperkalemiaacute or end-stage renal failure
hyperkalemiathrombocytosis
hyperkalemiatourniquet too tight or on too long
hyperkalemiaacidosis in compensation


Robin Smith

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