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urine excretion of K+ is less than 30 mEq/day, it can be concluded that renal reabsorption of K+ is appropriate. In this situation, the causes for the hypokalemic state are either decreased K+ intake or extra renal loss of K+ rich fluid. Urine excretion of more than 30 mEq/day in a hypokalemia setting is inappropriate and indicates that the kidneys are the primary source of the lost K+
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