Potassium chloride meq to mg

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With that caveat out of the way, I take Klor-Con M20 tablets (that's 20 milli-equivalents) 2x daily. To convert mEq to mg you have to flash back to chemistry class and use molecular weights etc., so I'm just cheating and getting numbers off a pharmacy site online. "Klor-Con®: immediately dispersing extended-release oral dosage form containing 1500 mg of microencapsulated kcl equivalent to 20 mEq of K+ in a tablet." So I apparently get 3000 mg of KCl/day.
Forgot to write..................I do not take any medications...Kindly advise whether there is anything of concern in this report which requires attention.
i had a metabolic panel done and not sure how to read results! sodium 138 meq/l potassium 3.3 meq/l chloride 100 meq/l co2 26 meq/l glucose 99 mg/dl bun 8 mg/dl creatinine 0.65 mg/dl non-aa gfr 112 ml/min bun/creat 12 calcium 9.0 mg/dl alkaline phos 82 iu/l sgpt/atl 21 iu/l sgot/ast 21 iu/l total protein 8.5 g/gl albumin 4.4 g/dl toal bili 0.
value units normal range sodium 139 mEq/L 133-150 potassium 4.5 mEq/L 3.5-5.5 chloride 100 mEq/L 96-106 bicarbonate 24 mEq/L 19-28 glucose-r 99 mg/dl 80-120 blood urea nitorgen 9.3 mg/dl 05-120 serum creatinine 0.7 mg/dl 0.6-1.
9 13-150 ng/mL IRON 13 60-170 mcg/dL TOTAL IRON BINDING CAPACITY 561 250-420 mcg/dL IRON SAT 2 20-50 % SODIUM 143 135-145 meq/L POTASSIUM 4.2 3.5-5.0 meq/L CHLORIDE 108 101-111 meq/L CO2 24.6 21-31 meq/L BUN 6 - mg/dL CREATININE 0.6 0.6-1.1 mg/dL GLOMERULAR FILTRATION RATE >89-NB - mL/min CHOLESTEROL 191 - mg/dL TRIGLYCERIDE 63 - mg/dL HDL 79 - mg/dL LDL CALCULATED 99 - mg/dL CHOLESTEROL/HIGH DENSITY LIPOPROTEIN 2.4 - GLUCOSE, FASTING 86 70-99 mg/dL HGBA1C 5.
2 mEq/l Chloride 102 mEq/L CO2 28 mEq/l Glucose 92 mg/dl BUN 16 mg/dl Creatinine 0.89 mg/dl BUN/CREA Ratio 18 RATIO anion gap 13 mEq/L ALT (SGPT) 49 IU/L AST (SGOT) 53 IU/L ALP 87 IU/L Albumin 4.1 g/dl Total Protein 8.3 g/dl Globulin 4.2 g/dl Total Bilirubin 0.3 mg/dl Calcium 9.5 mg/dl eGFR >60 - TSH 2.
3 mg/dL) TCO2 (Bicarb) 15 (17 - 24 mEq/L) Chloride 114 (105 - 115 mEq/L) Potassium 3.7 (4.0 - 5.5 mEq/L) Sodium 149 (141 - 156 mEq/L) A/G Ratio 0.9 B/O Ratio 12/9 Indirect Bilirubin 0 (0 - 0.
0 CALCIUM 9.1 mg/dL 8.4-9.8 CARBON DIOXIDE 25 mEq/L 22-32 CHLORIDE 106 mEq/L 97-109 CREATININE 0.82 mg/dl .7-1.4 GLOMERULAR FILTRATION RATE.PREDICTED >60 mL/min >60 GLUCOSE 95 mg/dl 70-115 POTASSIUM 3.6 Low mEq/L 3.8-5.1 PROTEIN 8.0 g/dL 6.3-8.0 SODIUM 140 mEq/L 135-145 UREA NITROGEN 25.6 mg/dl 9-26 COAGULATION TISSUE FACTOR INDUCED 10.1 sec 9.0-12.0 COAGULATION TISSUE FACTOR INDUCED.INR 1.0 ERYTHROCYTE DISTRIBUTION WIDTH 12.8 % 11.
40 PROTEIN, URINE 24HR 0 - 160 MG/24 HR mine 61 An earlier metabolic panel you can see differs from first a good bit SODIUM 135 - 148 MEQ/L mine 133 POTASSIUM 3.4 - 5.3 MEQ/L mine 4.0 CHLORIDE 96 - 110 MEQ/L mine 109 CARBON DIOXIDE 19 - 32 MEQ/L mine 18 GLUCOSE 70 - 100 MG/DL mine 153 BUN 3 - 29 MG/DL mine 3 CREATININE 0.5 - 1.2 MG/DL mine 0.5 BUN/CREAT RATIO 7.0 - 25.0 (CALC) mine 6 CALCIUM 8.5 - 10.5 MG/DL mine 8.
0 3.5 - 5.3 MEQ/L CHLORIDE 108 97 - 110 MEQ/L CO2 30 18 - 30 MEQ/L CALCIUM 9.4 8.5 - 10.5 MG/DL Component Your Value Standard Range Units CORTISOL TOTAL 7 2 - 25 UG/DL Narrative EXAMINATION: MRI of the Sella with and without contrast. HISTORY: Mild hypogonadotropism COMPARISON: None TECHNIQUE: Thin section images of the sella consisting of coronal dynamic T1, sagittal and coronal T1 pre/post contrast, coronal T2. Whole brain DWI/ADC.
0% 188 MG/DL 208 MG/DL 7.0% 156 MG/DL 172 MG/DL 6.0% 124 MG/DL 136 MG/DL Tests: (6) MICROALBUMIN/CREATININE, RANDOM AND RATIO (4895) CREATININE, URINE, CONC. 191 MG/DL MICROALBUMIN, RANDOM 1.4 MG/DL </=1.8 CALC MICROALB/CREAT RND 7 MG/G 60 eGFR NON-AFRICAN AMER. [L] 55 ML/MIN/1.
4 (#) mg/L 0.0-7.9 Calcium 9.1 mg/dL 8.4-10.2 Chloride 104 mEq/L 98-107 Chol/HDL Ratio 5.67 (#) <4.43 Cholesterol 187 mg/dL 3.4 Glucose 85 mg/dL 70-99 Glucose, urine NEGATIVE Negative Growth Hormone 0.8 ng/mL 0.06-5.00 HCT 46.8 (#) % 34.0-46.0 HDL Cholesterol 33 (#) mg/dL >40 Hgb 15.
value units normal range sodium 139 mEq/L 133-150 potassium 4.5 mEq/L 3.5-5.5 chloride 100 mEq/L 96-106 bicarbonate 24 mEq/L 19-28 glucose-r 99 mg/dl 80-120 blood urea nitorgen 9.3 mg/dl 05-120 serum creatinine 0.7 mg/dl 0.6-1.
component Latest Ref Rng 12/1/2011 GLUCOSE 65 - 139 MG/DL 78 SODIUM 135 - 145 MEQ/L 143 POTASSIUM 3.5 - 5.0 MEQ/L 4.
103 mEq/L (95-105) Carbon Dioxide Blood: 29 mmol/L (23-30) Urea Nitrogen Blood: 8 mg/dL (5-25) Creatinine Blood: 0.64* mg/dL (0.70-1.50) eGFR: > 60 ml/min/1.73m2 eGFRAA: > 60 ml/min/1.73m2 Glucose Blood: 90 mg/dL (70-110) Calcium Blood: 9.5 mg/dL (8.5-10.5) AN-GAP: 6 08/17/12 10:18CompMetab PROTEIN TOTAL BLOOD: 7.8 g/dL (6.1-8.4) ALBUMIN BLOOD: 4.3 g/dL (3.5-5.0) BILIRUBIN TOTAL BLOOD: 2.9* mg/dL (0.2-1.
73 BUN/CREAT 13 6-28 SODIUM 139 133-146 MEQ/L POTASSIUM 4.3 3.5-5.3 MEQ/L CHLORIDE 107 97-110 MEQ/L CARBON DIOX. 24 18-30 MEQ/L CALCIUM 9.9 8.5-10.5 MG/DL PROTEIN 8.0 6.0-8.4 G/DL ALBUMIN 4.6 2.9-5.0 G/DL GLOBULIN 3.4 2.0-3.8 G/DL A/G RATIO 1.4 0.9-2.5 BILIRUBIN 0.3 0.1-1.
Hello I'm a 31 year old male, 60kg 1.77meters. Don't smoke, rarely drink. Was gym active for 7 years until 3 months ago. Since last year I've been having periods of lightheaded/faintness at my job (desk job), and gradually reduced aerobic ability at the gym. One year later and I can't do any type physical activity (walking, climbing stairs or even eating too much) without feeling breathless and very tired.
Here's a list of med's Daily Medicines 1 Buspirone 10 MG 2 Trazodone 100 MG 3 Atorvastatin Cal 80 MG 4 Diltiazem 240 MG 1 6 Topiramate 7 Quetiapine Fumarate 100 MG 8 Nortriptyline 25 MG 9 Aspirin 81 MEQ 10 Midrin No more 5 12 hours 11 Potassium Chloride 8 MEQ X 2 12 Lorazepam 1 MEQ 3 13 Lamotrigine 25MG 1 14 Gemfibrozil 600 MG 1 15 Gabapentin 500 MG 2 16 Synthroid 0.
4-1.4 SODIUM 138 meq/l 136-149 POTASSIUM 4.7 meq/l 3.5-5.
0 MEQ/L MEQ/L MEQ/L MEQ/L MG/DL G/DL G/DL G/DL RATIO U/L U/L U/L MG/DL MG/DL MG/DL 146 (H) MG/DL CHOLESTEROL CLASSIFICATION 40 <130 160mq/dl -_-_-__--_-_-HighRisk VLDL TRIGLYCERIDES 25 127 MG/DL MG/DL <30 <150 Greater than 8% Less than 7% 5.7-6.4% TEST NAME NORMAL CHOLESTEROL/HDL RATIO 4.1 HEMOGLOBIN A1c HEMOGLOBIN A1c 5.6 AccountNo. 8364 Rep. Date 10/26/10 Accession No. EI026105 NORMAL RANGE <4.
8 mEq/L (3.5-5.1) chloride 100 mEq/L (96-109) CO2 28 mEq/L (21-31) calcium 10.2 mg/dL (8.4-10.5) protein,total 7.7 g/dl (6.0-8.2) albumin, 5.0 g/dl (3.5-5.3) alanine amino trans 13 U/L (0 - 40) anion gap 13 mEq/L (7-16) bilirubin,total 0.3 mg/dl (0.1 -1.2) alkaline phosphatase 75 U/L (30 - 120) aspartate amino tran 19 U/L (0-37) glucose 81 mg/dl (6O-99) urea-nitrogen 8 mg/dl (7-22) creatinine,serum 0.9 mg/dl (0.6-1.3) ast/alt ratio 1.
Free T4 1.25 (0.74-1.83)ng/dL TSH 0.470 (0.46-4.70) uIU/mL ----how can a range this wide be considered "normal" amylase 57 (30-110)mg/dL glucose 78 (70-100) " sodium 141 (135-145)MEQ/L potassium 4.8 (3.5-5.5) " chloride 103 (98-107) " co2 29 (23-31) " anion gap 8 (7-16) " bun 15 (5-25) MG/DL creatinine 0.66 (0.50-1.00) " calcium 9.8 (8.7-10.2) " bilirubin total 0.
Calcium, magnesium, and potassium help maintain normal blood pressure. I eat about 3500 to 4700 mg of potassium rich foods a day. The old recommendation for a daily amount is 3500 mg. I've read this is about to change to 4700 mg per day. My hubby who had borderline high blood pressure added 8 ounces of low sodium V-8 daily to his diet and his blood pressure lowered.
I was even told to try taking 10 to 20 mg of Ambien(Zolpidem) in the daytime to see if it helps by Dr. Phil McLain. 20. Abilify (5 mg, once at bedtime). 21. Prozac (40 mg 1x per day) For Sleep: 1. Ambien (up to 20 mg per night and was also told I could try taking some during the daytime). I have even taken up to 10 of these trying to sleep. 2. Mirtazipine substituted for Remeron (15 mg, one tablet per day at bedtime). 3.
This blood work was from the emergency room when my heart started skipping beats, they wouldn't do a free T3 there. I have other blood work that was pulled at the GP's office, but I don't have those results, or the results from the thyroid ultrasound yet. I have been self treating with a juice blend, beets, carrots, radish, lettuce, pineapple, and kelp, I feel better, the swelling is going down and my swallow is better too, but then I read iodine is the wrong thing to take in some instances.
30 ng/ml) Phosphorus, serum 4.66 mg/DL (2.70 - 4.50) Potassium, serum 4.30 meq/l (3.50- 5.30) Magnesium serum 2.00 mg/dl (1.80 - 2.60) Other tests: Calcium, 24 hours urine 85.50 (100-300) mg/24 hrs total volume 4500 (800-1800) ml/day Sestamibi scan = negative Complete Haemogram Haemoglobin 13.
3 mg/dl TCO2 (Bicarbonate) 17 17 - 24 mEq/l Chloride 113 105 - 115 mEq/l Potassium 4.4 4.0 - 5.6 mEq/l Sodium 149 141 - 156 mEq/l A/G Ratio 1.0 0.6 - 1.6 B/C Ratio 32.
An excess of magnesium in the blood serum (NORMAL RANGE is 1.5 to 2.5 mEq/L) may result in respiratory failure and coma and may occur in untreated diabetic acidosis, renal failure, severe dehydration, arrhythmia. It is usually concurrent with hypercalcemia and/or hyperkalemia. Arrhythmia and asystole, most prominent cardiac symptoms are due to conduction delays, since magnesium acts as physiologic calcium blocker. The above are undisputable and accepted facts as it relates to mg.
Glucose 87mg/dL BUN 15 Creatinine 0.8 Sodium 141 mEq/dL Potassium 4.4 Chloride 102 CO2 27 Anion Gap 16 Calcium 9.9 mg/dL Tot bilirubin 1.8 (recall that they were 1.9 in '05) Alk Phosphatase 73 IU/L AST 28 ALT 20 Total Protein 7.9 g/dL Albumin 5.3 Globulin 2.6 GFR (Calc.) 127 My initial physician believes everything is right BUT I ONLY TRUST MY PAIN AND MY INSTICT.
She was administered oral furosaminde (40 mg) and potassium chloride (10 meq) with a balanced diet and wholesome lifestyle. She lost almost 50 lb of fluid in 1 month. Mrs. M.P. was treated with 600 mg. Of oral apha-lipoic acid in 2 divided doses (300 mg each), 900 mg of silymarin in 3 divided doses (300 mg each) and 400 mg of selenium a day. A premium B complex vitamin was added to her regimen because alpha-lipoic acid depletes the body of thiamin, biotin and other B vitamins.
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