Published Jun 18, 2004
I have had a discussion with a colleague tonight regarding the amount of potassium that can be added to a bag of "Bicaflac" ultrafiltrate solution for haemofiltration. One side of the debate argued 5mmol/l as a max (so as not to cause an imbalance of the other electrolytes in the bag), the other side said "as much as is needed to keep K+ at normal levels"..... anyone able to enlighten me?
I am fairly sure you add as much as you need depending on your client's blood results.
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