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KEVEYIS(TM) is the first medicine approved by the FDA for the treatment of primary periodic paralysis, which is estimated to affect approximately 5,000 people in the United States.
We are excited to be a sole distributor of KEVEYIS(TM) and give patients a therapy option for primary hyperkalemic and hypokalemic periodic paralysis," said Gary Kadlec, president of Diplomat.
In the literature, there was no association of hypokalemic periodic paralysis with supraventricular arrhythmias.
Skeletal muscle dihydropyridine-sensitive calcium channel (CACNA1S) gene mutations in Chinese patients with hypokalemic periodic paralysis.
Familial periodic paralysis is an autosomal dominant disorder caused by a defect in the gene coding for L-type calcium channel 1-subunit (CACNA1S) on chromosome 1q31-32 (2).
Thyrotoxic hypokalaemic periodic paralysis in a Turkish population: three new case reports and analysis of the case series.
The association between thyrotoxicosis and periodic paralysis was described in the German literature at the turn of the century.
2) Although there are reports of thyrotoxicosis presenting as hypokalemic periodic paralysis, it has not been described with amiodarone therapy.
Potassium-Chloride is the generic equivalent to KV Pharmaceutical's Micro-K(R) Extencaps(R) USP and is indicated for the treatment of patients with hypokalemia, with or without metabolic alkalosis, in digitalis intoxications, and in patients with hypokalemic familial periodic paralysis.
Potassium chloride 20mEq is the generic equivalent of Key Pharmaceutical's K-Dur(R) 20 tablet, a potassium supplement used in the treatment of hypokalemia, digitalis intoxication and hypokalemic familial periodic paralysis.
Potassium Chloride 20mEq is the generic version of Key Pharmaceutical's K-Dur 20(R) tablet, a potassium supplement used in the treatment of hypokalemia, digitalis intoxication and hypokalemic familial periodic paralysis.