Electrolyte Imbalance Causes Hypertension

The May 10, 2007 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine contains an excellent review of the role of excess salt and too little potassium in promoting the development of hypertension. To their credit, Drs. Adrogue and Madias do an excellent job of explaining the physiological mechanisms by which an excess of sodium chloride in the diet, coupled with an inadequate intake of potassium, induce a...

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