The potential consequences of undernutrition and risk factors contributing to its development have been reviewed elsewhere (summarised in Figure 1).1,5–7 This article focuses on:introducing routine...
Persistent hyperkalaemia in elderly patients caused by
hyporeninaemic hypoaldosteronism is relatively common and often
under recognised in the general practice setting.
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