24 Jan 2010
It will not matter which potassium "salt" you take. Potassium chloride in the form of an effervescent tablet is probably the most preferred option in patients requiring supplementation. Potassium levels should be measured frequently.
- Potassium Citrate Information for Consumers
- Potassium Citrate Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Potassium Citrate (detailed)
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1 answer • 30 Jul 2009
Would this include the small dosage of Potassium Citrate found in most vitamin supplements?
1 answer • 18 Nov 2009
My daughter takes a newer seizure medicine (not Dilantin) and a Rxed folic acid tablet, and has recently had a lab test showing low potassium level.
1 answer • 18 Apr 2013
to over the counter medication. I take Klor-con M20 ER 20MEQ Tab. I take One tablet by mouth 4 Times a day. I recently purchased a bottle of ...
0 answers • 31 Aug 2015
Bottle says 99 mg from 595 potassium gluconate, how many of these are needed to equal 20 meq
0 answers • 17 Oct 2015