- HI Cherie,
I will first mention that If potassium levels
get too high, then
it can cause a slow heart rate and a
fatal arrhythmia, so it is something that
needs to be monitored. If your cat
doesn't need potassium, I would
stay away from it.
Cozette had bloodwork done first that
showed that her potassium was low (2.1
We started at 2 mEq 2x/day. Each
GNC potassium gluconate 99 tablet
had 2.5 mEq. The veterinary tumil-k
or renalkare tabs have 2 mEq per tablet.
After about one month at 2 mEq 2x/day,
her potassium level had come up (2.5 mEq/L)
but was still low, so she got 3 mEq 2x/day.
After another month her level came to around
4 mEq/L and stayed there for the next
several months before she died.
> How much of the potassium gluconate did you use?
> Cherie FH Yahoo group aka preciouspus
> Thank you!
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