hypokalemia

[hahy-poh-key-lee-mee-uh]

noun Pathology.

an abnormally low concentration of potassium in the blood.

Origin of hypokalemia

1945–50; hypo- + New Latin kal(ium) potassium (derivative of kali, as in alkali) + -emia
Related formshy·po·ka·le·mic, adjective
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hypokalemia in Medicine

hypokalemia

[hī′pō-kā-lēmē-ə]

n.

An abnormally low concentration of potassium ions in the blood.hypopotassemia
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