Granuflo - Bicarbonate Overdose

Granuflo - Bicarbonate Overdose

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Riza Mae

Los Angeles, CA

#1 Jul 2, 2013
GranuFlo reportedly contains a large amount of acetate, a chemical that the human body converts into bicarbonate. Therefore, upon administration, it automatically releases more acetate in the patientís system than other products of the same kind. This may potentially result in bicarbonate overdose. Excess bicarbonate increases the risk of heart problems in patients undergoing hemodialysis. You may also read the entire news at this page

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