Potassium Chloride Prolonged Release

May 10, 2023


Potassium Chloride Prolonged Release

Potassium chloride prolonged release is a medication that is used to treat or prevent low levels of potassium in the blood, a condition known as hypokalemia. The prolonged-release form of potassium chloride means that the medication is slowly released into the body over time, rather than all at once.

The dosage of POTACHLORIDE PR 750  prescribed by a doctor can vary depending on the individual's medical condition and other factors. It's important to follow your doctor's instructions regarding dosage and schedule, as they may recommend a different dose or frequency of administration depending on your specific medical needs and other medications you may be taking.

The usual starting dose of potassium chloride prolonged release is 20 mEq (milliequivalent) per day, which is typically divided into two or three doses taken with meals or immediately after eating. The maximum recommended daily dose is 200 mEq, but this may be adjusted by your doctor based on your individual needs.

It's important to take POTACHLORIDE PR 750  exactly as prescribed, and to not crush or chew the tablets, as this can cause too much of the medication to be released at once. Common side effects of potassium chloride prolonged release include stomach upset, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. If you experience any unusual symptoms while taking this medication, you should contact your doctor or healthcare provider.

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