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Hyper and Hypokalemia
What are the effects of Hyperkalemia and hypokalemia? Please give a detailed account. Thanks in advance.

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a lil contribution.....

*flattened T waves
*U waves
*ST depression

*cardiac arythmia
*muscle weakness


*peaked T waves
*widened QRS
*P wave dissapears

*muscle weakness


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