Does potassium gluconate help lower blood pressure?
- 30 Jul 2009 by teafour2
- potassium gluconate
1 Aug 2009
No. Potassium gluconate is used to prevent or to treat low blood levels of potassium.
Low potassium levels can be a side effect of certain medicines used to treat high blood pressure.
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