Be Armed With Tips to Get Potassium Levels Right

Getting potassium levels right for patients with heart failure can be a balancing act...due to changes in meds, diet, kidney function, etc.

Low or high potassium levels increase risk of arrhythmias.

And patients with heart failure seem to have a higher risk of death as potassium levels fall below 4 mEq/L...or rise above 5.5 mEq/L.

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