food interaction for KCL
alcohol interaction for KCL
pregnancy interaction for KCL
lactation interaction for KCL
Animal studies have shown adverse effects on the foetus, however, there are limited human studies. The benefits from use in pregnant women may be acceptable despite the risk. Please consult your doctor.
SALT INFORMATION for KCL
How it works
Common side effects
SUBSTITUTES for KCLNo substitutes found
- Dr. Prabhat Kumar JhaMBBS, MD
- Dr. Sushila KatariaMBBS, MD, Diploma
- Dr. Joy ChakrabortyMBBS, MD
- Dr. P. R. AryanMBBS, Diploma
- Dr. Kartavya ShahMBBS, DNB
Expert advice for KCL
- The concentration of intravenous infusion solution should not exceed 3.2 g (43 mmol)/l.
- Do not take potassium chloride if you have kidney, heart problems, high blood pressure or high blood potassium level.
- Avoid using potassium chloride, if you have Addison disease (adrenal gland disorder); severe tissue injury such as burn; severe dehydration, blockage of stomach or intestine or diarrhea from long time.
Frequently asked questions for KCL
Q.Is potassium chloride a strong electrolyte?
Potassium chloride is a strong electrolyte
Q.Is potassium chloride safe?
Potassium chloride is safe if used as recommended
Q.Is potassium chloride a base?
Potassium chloride is not a base or acid, it is neutral with a PH value of 7.