Diuretika III pp 140-147 | Cite as

Diuretika und Magnesiumhaushalt

  • P. Deetjen
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Zusammenfassung

Die negative Kaliumbilanz ist eine seit langem bekannte Nebenwirkung einer länger dauernden Diuretikatherapie. Da sich 90% des gesamten Körperkaliums in den Zellen und nur ein Zehntel im Extrazellulärraum befinden, betrifft die diuretikabedingte Kaliumdepletion in erster Linie auch den zellulären Kaliumbestand.

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