All the different oral potassium products bring up questions about which one to use

All the different oral potassium products bring up questions about which one to use.

These come in different salts (chloride, citrate, gluconate)...and they usually shouldn't be substituted.

Potassium chloride (KCl) is used for most patients who need oral potassium. It also replaces chloride that's lost due to diuretics, vomiting, etc.

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