Point Out Which Potassium Supplements Leave a "Ghost" Tab in the Stool

Questions often come up about how to pick an oral potassium product at discharge.

In most cases, recommend potassium chloride...since it corrects or prevents hypokalemia AND chloride loss from diuretics.

But the plethora of options in your EHR can make selection tricky...especially since your formulary probably only has a couple choices for inpatient use.

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