Calcium salt during hyperkalemia.


conduction at least by promoting Nav1.5 functionality. Therefore, supporting the research from Sterns et al., we propose that sodium therapy, and not bicarbonate therapy per se, is of value for the treatment of hyperkalemia (Figure 1). This fact can reconcile conflicting clinical data obtained on bicarbonate (sodium) therapies during hyperkalemia… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.kint.2016.05.016


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@article{Robert2016CalciumSD, title={Calcium salt during hyperkalemia.}, author={Thomas Robert and Adrien Joseph and Laurent Mesnard}, journal={Kidney international}, year={2016}, volume={90 2}, pages={451-452} }