Hypokalemia and Hyperkalemia got you down? We’ve got you covered with Picmonics ranging from medications like beta blockers and beta agonist, to causes, symptoms and diseases associated with them. You don’t have to study alone, even in 2020 and 2021.
Be sure to save this infographic; print it off, tape it to your binder, or carry it around in your bookbag. This is a great way to quickly reference everything you need to know about hypokalemia, which is defined as a person having low serum potassium levels. In the image below, you can see the potential causes of hypokalemia such as poor potassium intake, urinary losses, or gastrointestinal losses. Be sure to eat some bananas to help avoid hypokalemia!
It’s really important to know the differences between hypokalemia and hyperkalemia. Easily compare and contrast the two by studying this infographic as well! Hyperkalemia is when a person’s serum potassium level is higher than normal. There are a number of causes from excessive potassium intake to decreased renal excretion or excessive release from cells. Study this infographic to learn it all.