Metabolic Acidosis Pathophysiology
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- The Burden of Hyperkalemia in Patients With Cardiovascular and Renal Disease
- Hyperkalemia can be caused by an abnormal net release of potassium from cells, often due to trauma, metabolic acidosis, hemolytic states, or other cell degradations, usually in the setting of suboptimal kidney function. ...
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