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Paper Chase #3 - Serious Adverse GI Events and Sodium Polystyrene Sulfonate Use

Steve Biederman, MD and Tom Robertson, MD
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Use of sodium polystyrene sulfonate is associated with a higher risk of hospitalization for serious adverse GI events, suggesting caution with the ongoing use of sodium polystyrene sulfonate.

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Irvin S. -

I have a hard time understanding why one would NOT use Kay-exelate with a tiny risk of adverse effects v. another medication which is prohibitively expensive.

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