Journal of Coronary Heart Diseases

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Hyperkalemia in Heart Failure


Mano likar

Hyperkalemia is a not inconsistent clinical issue found in everyone. The genuine frequency is obscure yet is assessed to be in the 1%-10% territory. One justification for this is that there are changing meanings of hyperkalemia, with earlier investigations utilizing a potassium cut-off of more than 5.5 mEq/l or as high as 6 mEq/l to characterize hyperkalemia. As a general rule, hyperkalemia ought to be characterized as a serum potassium level of in excess of 5 mEq/l (or mmol/l).


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