Question by  finvarra (11)

What are normal potassium levels?


Answer by  tlfb (39)

The normal range for blood potassium levels is between 3. 7 and 5. 2 mEq/l. The abbreviation mEq/l stands for milliequivalent per liter. The potassium level test is performed on blood drawn from a vein.


Answer by  vap1961 (52)

The normal amount of potassium in the body should be in the range of 3. 5-5.0. Potassium is vital in the body to regulate muscle tissue and aid in the digestion process. One should be careful when eating these high potassium foods: tomatato, bran, figs, apricots, and raisins.


Answer by  hulmer (1067)

Normal potassium levels in your blood can range anywhere from 3. 7 to 5. 2mEq/L (or "milliequivalent per liter". ) Abnormal results, either high or low, can indicate a large number of potential health problems. Although low levels can even be caused by vomiting, diarrhea, or a use of laxatives.


Answer by  Pac (30)

Based on reference ranges analyzes blood usually accepted normal levels potassium are among 3. 5 and 5. 0 mEq / L

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