Potassium gluconate

What is Potassium gluconate?

It is the potassium salt of the conjugate base of gluconic acid. Potassium gluconate is used to prevent or to treat low blood levels of potassium (hypokalemia).

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What is the difference between having a gastric problem and having acid reflux

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Gastric problem is vague and may refer to acid reflux!

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I ran out of my medication, quinapril/hctz 20/25 mg for exactly one week recently, and I have now been back on that medication (which I have taken...

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you need potassium supplementation

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The hctz component of your antihypertensive medication is probably causing...

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I take 40mg Lisinopril and 25mg hydrochlorot I was having terrible cramping in hands, arms, legs, feet etc. I contributed this to a loss of...

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it could be various causes

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an allergic reaction is possible because of the combined symptoms of swelling and...

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I ran out of my medication, quinapril/ hctz 20/25 mg for exactly one week recently, and I have now been back on that medication (which I have taken...

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I take 40mg Lisinopril and 25mg hydrochlorot I was having terrible cramping in hands, arms, legs, feet etc. I contributed this to a loss of...

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What is the difference between having a gastric problem and having acid reflux

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