Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 018238/001.

Names and composition

"MICRO-K" is the commercial name of a drug composed of POTASSIUM CHLORIDE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
018238/001 MICRO-K POTASSIUM CHLORIDE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 8MEQ

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My Potassium is low so my Dr prescribed Micro-K 600mg to take 2 tabs 2x a day. Isn't this an awful lot?
Asked by Ozella Perney 1 year ago.

Not really, Potassium is not well observed when taking by mouth. Take this with orange juice to help the absorption. Answered by Elia Hockenbury 1 year ago.

Not if it's prescribed. Mine was really low too and I had to have a prescription for a while. It's part of your electrolytes, so it's real important to have it. Doctor probably wants you to build it up again, and fast! Then after a while, you won't have to take it any more. That's what happened to me. Answered by Elenora Dirlam 1 year ago.


Science q's?
i need the vocab word for these definitions. Asked by Florida Alias 1 year ago.

1. Micro-K 2. Water Vapor sounds like it. 3. Ozone Answered by Christie Matuszeski 1 year ago.


How do I convert this? (Chemistry hw)?
I've been stuck on this problem for a while now can some one please explain how to do it? 566milliKelvin(mK)/s = _____microKelvin/ms Asked by Rubye Libert 1 year ago.

Simply use the unit-factor method and the appropriate conversion factors. (566 mK / s) x (10^9 µK / 10^6 mK) x (1 s / 1000 ms) = 566 µK / ms Answered by Carolynn Toalson 1 year ago.

** 566mK/s = 566μK/ms Explained; milli = 10^ˉ3 micro = 10^ˉ6 So microK = 10^3 mK Also ms = 10^3 s. Now include these in conversion. 566milliKelvin(mK)/s = 566*10^3microKelvin/10^3ms As the conversion has put 10^3 both above and below the line they cancel each other out, leaving 566milliKelvin(mK)/s = 566microKelvin/ms Has this helped? Clarification of any point will be provided, if requested. Answered by Vernell Bolich 1 year ago.


What is the coldest substance?
I am not using this to cheat or what ever, I'm just intrigued liquid nitrogen and wanted to know whats colder that may be able to used for overclocking.... Asked by Lavern Plumer 1 year ago.

First your question makes a LOT of sense and the study of ultracold atoms is a whole branch of physics! First liquid He (bp ~4.2K) is made it quite large quantities as it is the ONLY substance that is liquid at <~20K where superconductivity of type I superconductors kick in (OK, H2 is still a liquid at ~10K). Superconducting magnets are essential for Dr House (plus assistants) and his MRI imaging; and for lowly chemists (me!) and high field NMR machines. Three years ago: they have not been able to make wires of sufficient length (kms) of type II (high temp) superconductors as yet but are close. The coldest substance are some Rb-85 atoms (not absolutely sure about this; when I saw the guy talk about this I thought he used Cs atoms; note not Cs^+) that have been cooled to "tenths of microkelvins" (just to get it in perspective a micro-K is 0.000001K!) by laser cooling and "evaporation cooling." The atoms are trapped in a magnetic field (Rb has one unpaired e- and hence is paramagnetic). Atoms at these temps stop behaving as classical particles and take on quantum mechanical properties (Bose-Einstein condensate). [I am not a physicist and I am on shaky ground here!] I have given you three links below: follow the links given there for more info. And don't be turned off by criticism of others. Answered by Cyril Nakamura 1 year ago.

Well, technically, -let me add *in theory- ANY substance could be brought down to the coldest temperature (absolute zero.) But this, as the person below me stated, has been unable to be achieved by mankind. But the coldest substance without any action taken against it is liquid helium. Answered by Kymberly Treamer 1 year ago.

The question makes no sense. Substances can't have their own temperature. How would they maintain it? Look up absolute zero. That's as cold as you can get. You can't cool anything down to absolute zero, though. It's the 3rd law of thermodynamics. Answered by Charlesetta Costilla 1 year ago.

The icy glare you get from your instructor when your instructor finds out you are using this forum to do your homework. Answered by Fredrick Uyetake 1 year ago.


White and orange capsil (pill) know what it is?
Hey this is Katies friend and shes like sleeping right now, but yeah she bought a half orange and half white pill. The person said it was an 80mg adderal but she has no effects from it that you would get with adderal. Shes taken adderal before and has had oange and white ones but we dont think this is adderal. Shes... Asked by Roberto Froning 1 year ago.

Hey this is Katies friend and shes like sleeping right now, but yeah she bought a half orange and half white pill. The person said it was an 80mg adderal but she has no effects from it that you would get with adderal. Shes taken adderal before and has had oange and white ones but we dont think this is adderal. Shes extremely tired and out of it, emotionless. What could this pill be? [ps. don't worry it was only one and from people we know she'll be okay lol] Answered by Alease Stuedemann 1 year ago.

adderall xr 25mg is orange an white. adderall 80mg doesnt exist so this "friend" is no friend if they dont know what the hell their doing. was there marking on the capsule? it could be cartia xt (heart med), clomipramine (an antidepressant),dilantin(anticonvusant), gabapentin, lyrica (both for nerve pain or antiseizures), micro k (potassium), nortriptyline (antidepressant also can be used for sleep) and those are the ones i can think of, off the top of my head. if i had to guess, i would say it was nortriptyline (based on her symptoms) but i wouldnt know without markings. good luck Answered by Edda Cullity 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: White and orange capsil (pill) know what it is? Hey this is Katies friend and shes like sleeping right now, but yeah she bought a half orange and half white pill. The person said it was an 80mg adderal but she has no effects from it that you would get with adderal. Shes taken adderal before and has had oange and white ones but we dont think this... Answered by Kaye Getchman 1 year ago.

I wouldn't take the chance and instead call for help to get her checked out! Better to be safe than sorry as the ol' adage goes. In the least, perhaps call a pharmacy or take it to one but don't let it go as adderal is actually a stimulant. If a person has attention deficit disorder though, adderal may help them to focus better (Only if have ADD). Please do get her checked out immediately! Answered by Curt Fergoson 1 year ago.

Its 20 trucking minutes you can take it an hour late more or less and be fine if not more Answered by Cathrine Botkins 1 year ago.

There is no 80mg Adderall capsule. Answered by Virgie Fogg 1 year ago.

well if she dies you will probably be charged with a crime for neing on the computer and not calling for help. Answered by Tamera Shrawder 1 year ago.

lunesta??? what is it supposed to do? Answered by Delphia Winer 1 year ago.


What would i be taking pot choride for?
Asked by Benito Calvin 1 year ago.

It's Potassium Chloride. Potassium is vital in the human body and oral potassium chloride is the common means to replenish it, although it can also be diluted and given intravenously. It can be used as a salt substitute for food, but due to its weak, bitter, unsalty flavor, it is usually mixed with regular salt, sodium chloride, for this purpose to improve the taste. Medically it is used in the treatment of hypokalemia and associated conditions, for digitalis poisoning, and as an electrolyte replenisher. Brand names include K-Dur®, Klor-Con®, Micro-K®, and Kaon Cl®. Side effects can include gastrointestinal discomfort including nausea and vomiting, diarrhea and bleeding of the gut. Overdoses cause hyperkalemia which can lead to paresthesia, cardiac conduction blocks, fibrillation and arrhythmias, also sclerotic effects. Answered by Angelique Statires 1 year ago.

My elderly mother is taking that. In her case she has to take it because she's on Lasix, which removes water from her system. Lasix is a diarretic medicine. Anyway, the Potassium Chloride pills regulates and replenshes the potassium that's lost in your system. Answered by Regine Stueve 1 year ago.


Am i retaining water? how can i tell?
well the other day i was at my friends house and, you know how when you press down on someones arm or something and it make the print of your hand, well she did that to my arm and you could see pretty much every line on her hand on my arm. her aunt said that its probably because im retaining water and that if i... Asked by Romeo Pallett 1 year ago.

The OTC pills don't work. I agree with the diabetes suggestion. Do you smoke? It is also an indicator of certain lung diseases or kidney problems. It may just be period related. You will need to go the the doctor they will most like write a script for Lasix or Hydrochlorothiazide or Demedex. Those are all very effective diuretics. You will "Pee" alot. Make sure you are taking a potassium supplement with the diuretic. If not it can spell big trouble and make you very sick. It would be called something like micro K or along those lines. If they don't write that make sure and drink plenty of OJ and eat bananas to prevent the hypokalemia. And yes I lose about 10 pounds each time I have to go back on my diuretics. I hope this helps Answered by Ismael Muzyka 1 year ago.

Hydroxycut is a weight loss pill that helps you lose a lot of water weight. (hydro - water / cut - eliminate), cranberry pills, niacin pills, just plain pills labeled "water pills" You can get these at Walgreens, Walmart, they are not medications so you can just get them. Another way to lose water weight is to cut almost all of your sodium intake. No salted preztels, no added salt to anything, no chili, no fast food. If you do that for like two weeks you should be able to lose your water weight. Answered by Malorie Sinard 1 year ago.

Swollen feet, legs, arms, face, hands even your genital will swell if you retain too much water. You will also have to use the bathroom alot. Answered by Tonette Wieseman 1 year ago.

Preset the timer on your TV to turn off after 1 hour to remind you to take action more active. Answered by Porsche Vause 1 year ago.

Give your dog a bath instead of paying someone else to practice it. Answered by Dee Skaer 1 year ago.

Leave your cellular phone in one location, so when it's needed, you must go to the item. Answered by Lorriane Bedell 1 year ago.

Help your kids clean up their rooms. Answered by Cedric Stallones 1 year ago.

You may want to also be screened for diabetes. Answered by Malia Thiemann 1 year ago.


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