Find trusted resources - videos, guides, booklets, and engagement tools - curated from our Beyond Bananas education campaign to help you and your patients learn about high potassium and kidney disease.
High potassium also called hyperkalemia is a chronic condition. Many individuals with kidney disease also have hyperkalemia. If your patients have this condition, it's important to talk to them about the right treatment plan including lifestyle changes and medications.
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Below you will find trusted resources - videos, guides, booklets, and engagement tools - curated from our Beyond Bananas education campaign to help you get the conversation started.
Download and learn about the impact of potassium on your kidneys.
Download and learn more about hyperkalemia with this infographic.
Download and learn how appropriate hyperkalemia (high potassium) management through use of binders may allow for more flexibility in one's diet choices.
Download this guide to view and share the amount of potassium in many common foods.
Download this potassium tracker to record the amount of potassium in foods and log the time of potassium binder intake.
Learn more about managing high potassium with potassium binders.
Check out our collection of recipes that are low in potassium.
A helpful guide which shows examples of foods that are low or high in potassium.
The foods on this list have less than 100 mg phosphorus AND 150 mg potassium per serving.
A guide to understand food labels which are full of important information about what you eat and drink.
Our speaker, Dr. Kam Kalantar, a nephrologist and kidney expert, discusses the connection between potassium and kidney disease.