I track my nutrition intake daily. I want to insure I'm not getting too much potassium daily. I take furosemide, 80mg/day which my doctor says requires a potassium additive.
11 Aug 2010
K-TAB (potassium chloride extended-release tablets) is a solid oral dosage form of potassium chloride containing 750 mg of potassium chloride, USP, equivalent to 10 mEq of potassium in a film-coated, wax matrix tablet.
However, please double check this from a pharmacist, be well & take care!
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