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Low Potassium Dialysate Effective for Treating Hyperkalemia
SEATTLE—A rigorous protocol for the use of low potassium dialysate may be effective for treating hyperkalemia in patients on hemodialysis (HD), researchers reported at the 2016 Annual Dialysis Conference. Investigators from Hamad General Hospital in ...
Study: Potassium Measures May Differ, Impact Hyperkalemia Care
FDA approves new drug to treat hyperkalemia
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today approved Veltassa (patiromer for oral suspension) to treat hyperkalemia, a serious condition in which the amount of potassium in the blood is too high.
The Burden of Hyperkalemia in Patients With Cardiovascular and Renal Disease
Hyperkalemia is a potentially serious condition that can result in life-threatening cardiac arrhythmias and is associated with an increased mortality risk.
Hyperkalemia Drugs: Questions Remain
This communication came out in part as a result of some studies that were done with another, newer agent that the FDA recently approved for treatment of hyperkalemia called patiromer, which is Relypsa's product branded as Veltassa™.

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