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Table 1 Serum electrolyte changes over 7 days of hospitalization

From: Early onset children’s Gitelman syndrome with severe hypokalaemia: a case report

  Day 1 Day 1
(8 h later)
Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 7
Ph 7.47      7.4  
k + (mmol/L) 1.7 2.1 2.6 3.1 3.1 2.87 3
Na + (mmol/L) 132.3 136.5 134.3 136.8 137.7 141 140.5
cCa2 + (mmol/L) 1.05    2.23   1.25  
Mg2 + (mmol/L) 0.59    0.43   0.6  
HCO3- 23.82 27.11 23.03 23.28 21.35 25 21.83
Cl-(mmol/L) 93.3 97.2 97.4 99.5 100.5 102 103
OSM(m OSM/L) 272.94 280.57 275.51 280.2 282.85 290.01 290.01
  1. The blood samples of days 1 and 5 are biochemical items; the other days’ blood samples are seven emergencies (including K, Na, Cl, CO2CP, Glu, BUN, Cr, AG, and OSM)