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What are normal potassium levels?

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Dr. Tarek Naguib
Internal Medicine - Nephrology & Dialysis

In brief: 3.6-5 meq/L

Milliequivalent per liter or millimol/liter (mmol/l).
If you live outside the us in a country that uses milligram/dl the number will be different. You need to know your potassium since it is very important if you have kidney disease.

In brief: 3.6-5 meq/L

Milliequivalent per liter or millimol/liter (mmol/l).
If you live outside the us in a country that uses milligram/dl the number will be different. You need to know your potassium since it is very important if you have kidney disease.
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