Hyperkalemia likely due to ***. Etiology related to decreased K excretion include CKD, adrenal insufficiency, RTA T4 and meds (e.g., K sparing diuretics, ACEi/ARB, NSAIDS, Bactrim, Heparin). Etiology related to increased K production include tumor lysis syndrome, hemolysis and rhabdomyolysis.
- Albuterol, furosemide, insulin with glucose, kayexalate PRN
- EKG, Calcium/Bicarb PRN per severity