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Researchers found that 10 grams of sodium zirconium cyclosilicate three times a day for up to 48 hours reduced serum potassium to normal levels in patients with hyperkalemia without any serious adverse events.
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“There is growing agreement,” researchers wrote, “that definitions of ‘recovery’ in bipolar I disorder should include functional outcomes beyond sustained symptomatic remission.”
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“Concerns of hyperkalemia and protein inadequacy related to plant-based diets may be outdated and unsupported by the current body of literature,” researchers concluded.
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Telemedicine interventions may improve medication adherence in patients with bipolar disorder, depression, and schizophrenia, according to recent study findings.
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A counselor-initiated intervention program is a cost-effective approach to address excess weight among US military members, according to the results of a recent study.
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"Health benefits from consumption of high [potassium] foods may also be enhanced by use of these binders," researchers said. "In conclusion, there are new well tolerated and effective [potassium]-binding agents for acutely and chronically managing hyperkalemia."
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A recent report from the Department of Veteran Affairs showed that over 900,000 veterans utilized telehealth services during 2019.
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The Department of Veteran Affairs has partnered with Pet Partners, a non-profit organization, in an effort to improve quality of life, social engagement, and overall health of veterans.
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Researchers investigated whether modifying the dosages of renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system inhibitors negatively impacts the management of hyperkalemia risk as well as cardiorenal outcomes.
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“Hyperkalemia is a growing concern in the treatment of patients with heart failure and reduced ejection fraction because it limits the use of effective drugs,” researchers wrote.
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