by Internet Medical Society
Potassium deficiency treatment depends on the diagnosis of the problem, the disease, and the patient's condition. However, certain therapies and medications reduce the effect of hypoclomia in a person. There are three types of medications for hypokalemia:
First of all, oral or fluid potassium supplements are given to increase the level of potassium in the patient's body.
If potassium levels do not increase even after a few days of taking the supplement and the patient's heart rate remains irregular, then potassium is injected.
If the patient is taking diuretic drugs, he is given a small amount of oral potassium.