- Motivational Interviewing12:29Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) - Part 1Free Chapter16:06Paperchase 1 - The SWITCH 2 Trial8:03Impostor Syndrome13:45Things I Do, But Should I? - Conjunctivitis11:05Hypokalemia: The Not So Special K7:41Paper Chase 2 - SWITCH 1 Trial2:50When The Tricuspid Valve Regurgitates12:12Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) - Part 219:40Paper Chase 3 - Do Steroid Injections Make You Weak in the Knees?6:12Latent Tuberculosis Infection20:38Paper Chase 4 - IV Contrast and AKI5:14Thrombosis in Transgendered Medicine16:08Case of the Month: CIDP19:53Paper Chase 5 - A Zap on the Back for Chronic Low Pain6:06The Summary17:18
Hypokalemia is a potentially very serious electrolyte abnormality. It usually occurs in the context of co-morbid magnesium depletion, so be sure to replace Magnesium as well. Oral potassium supplements taste terrible, so Dr. Slovis recommends repleting potassium (and magnesium) stores by eating foods that are high in these substances.