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  1. potassium bicarbonate and potassium chloride
  2. potassium chloride
  3. potassium iodide
  4. potassium citrate
  5. potassium bicarbonate
  6. potassium gluconate
  7. potassium phosphate
  8. potassium aminobenzoate
  9. Potassium (K) in Blood Discusses blood test to check level of potassium (K) in blood. Includes info on what affects potassium levels in the body such as kidney function, blood pH, and hormones. Explains how and why test is done. Covers what results mean.
  10. Diuretics and Potassium Supplements
  11. Getting Enough Potassium
  12. Potassium (K) in Urine Discusses test to check level of potassium (K) in urine. Includes info on what affects potassium levels in the body such as kidney function, blood pH, and hormones. Explains how and why test is done. Covers what results mean.
  13. Low-Potassium Foods
  14. High-Potassium Foods
  15. amoxicillin and clavulanate potassium
  16. potassium phosphate and sodium phosphate
  17. citric acid and potassium citrate
  18. potassium chloride and sodium chloride
  19. magnesium, potassium, and sodium sulfates
  20. penicillin G potassium
  21. penicillin V potassium (oral)
  22. bismuth subcitrate potassium, metronidazole, and tetracycline
  23. citric acid, potassium citrate, and sodium citrate
  24. KOH Preparation
  25. raltegravir
  26. Tests for Bacterial Vaginosis
  27. Basic Metabolic Panel Briefly discusses basic metabolic panel, a blood test that measures your sugar (glucose) level, electrolyte and fluid balance, and kidney function. Provides links to more info on specific tests such as blood urea nitrogen, creatinine, and potassium tests.
  28. Kidney Disease: Changing Your Diet Discusses changing your diet to help protect your kidneys when you have kidney disease. Gives general ideas about how to follow the diet your doctor or dietitian recommends. Covers restricting salt (sodium), protein, phosphorus, and potassium.
  29. Muscle Cramps Discusses muscle cramps, also known as charley horses. Covers causes like strained muscles, dehydration, and needing more potassium or calcium in your body. Covers treatment and prevention, including stretching or taking a warm bath.
  30. Warfarin: Taking Your Medicine Safely
  31. Taking Warfarin Safely Learn what you can do to be safe when you're taking warfarin.
  32. warfarin (oral)
  33. warfarin (injection)
  34. oxaprozin
  35. losartan
  36. hydrochlorothiazide and losartan
  37. spironolactone
  38. clorazepate
  39. Warfarin: Why Taking It Is Worth It Learn why you need to keep taking warfarin and how to get help so you can keep taking it.
  40. diclofenac
  41. ampicillin
  42. ampicillin (injection)
  43. Atrial Fibrillation: Should I Take an Anticoagulant to Prevent Stroke? Guides you through the decision to take an anticoagulant to prevent stroke. Explains atrial fibrillation and risk of stroke. Lists benefits and risks of anticoagulants and aspirin. Includes interactive tool to help you decide.
  44. Atrial Fibrillation: Which Anticoagulant Should I Take to Prevent Stroke? Guides you through the decision to take warfarin or a different anticoagulant (apixaban, dabigatran, edoxaban, or rivaroxaban) to prevent stroke. Explains atrial fibrillation and risk of stroke. Lists benefits and risks of anticoagulants.
  45. ophthalmic irrigation (intraocular)
  46. polyethylene glycol electrolyte solution
  47. phenobarbital
  48. fluoride topical
  49. docusate (oral/rectal)
  50. theophylline

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