Sep 17, 2005
is potassium level of 600 too high? and kidney failure could be the reason for high levels.how are the levels brought down?
Response from Dr. Holodniy
Kidney failure could result in the blood levels of potassium being too high. However, that is only one of several acute or chronic problems that can cause that.
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