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Potassium bicarbonate

Important: The information below refers to medicines available in the United States that contain potassium bicarbonate.

Medications containing potassium bicarbonate:

potassium bicarbonate systemic

Brand names: Effervescent Potassium, Effer-K, K-Effervescent, K-vescent
Drug class(es): minerals and electrolytes
Potassium bicarbonate systemic is used in the treatment of:

Multi-ingredient medications containing potassium bicarbonate:

calcium carbonate/potassium bicarbonate/sodium bicarbonate systemic


Calcium carbonate/potassium bicarbonate/sodium bicarbonate systemic is used in the treatment of:

citric acid/potassium bicarbonate systemic

Brand names: Effer-K 20, Effer-K 10
Drug class(es): minerals and electrolytes
Citric acid/potassium bicarbonate systemic is used in the treatment of:

potassium acetate/potassium bicarbonate/potassium citrate systemic

Brand names: Tri-K
Drug class(es): minerals and electrolytes

potassium bicarbonate/potassium chloride systemic

Brand names: Effervescent Potassium/Chloride, K-Lyte/Cl 25, Klorvess Effervescent, K-Lyte/Cl
Drug class(es): minerals and electrolytes
Potassium bicarbonate/potassium chloride systemic is used in the treatment of:

potassium bicarbonate/potassium citrate systemic

Brand names: K-Lyte, K-Lyte DS
Drug class(es): minerals and electrolytes

potassium bicarbonate/sodium bicarbonate systemic

Brand names: Alka-Seltzer Gold
Drug class(es): antacids
Potassium bicarbonate/sodium bicarbonate systemic is used in the treatment of:

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