Short post today, as I just want to acknowledge the great work of another blog over at EMLyceum.
The myths of hyperkalemia management are many. While I have discussed the uselessness of kayexalate in my introductory post, I was thinking about discussing ECG changes and the “textbook progression” so often cited with peaked T-waves, loss of PR, widening of QRS and so on.
However, I don’t think I could do a better job than EMLyceum has already done, so head over there and check it out. Their website also has many other great posts, set in a question and answer style for teaching.
Kudos to them!
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