Dorothy J. Ladewig

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BACKGROUND Hyper- and hypokalemia are clinically silent, common in patients with renal or cardiac disease, and are life threatening. A noninvasive, unobtrusive, blood-free method for tracking potassium would be an important clinical advance. METHODS AND RESULTS Two groups of hemodialysis patients (development group, n=26; validation group, n=19) underwent(More)
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