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Who should not use potassium acetate?

Potassium is a natural element that is important for the proper functioning of the heart, muscles and nerves. Potassium acetate is intended to treat or prevent low potassium levels. Potassium acetate should be used with great caution and only under doctor's supervision by anyone who has adrenal or renal insufficiency, or a disease that may lead to high potassium levels.

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