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Possible Interaction: Potassium and Salicylic Acid



Research Papers that Mention the Interaction

SA concentrations higher than 100 micrograms/ml caused an immediate increase in urinary flow and in fractional excretion of sodium, potassium , chloride and calcium.
Pharmacology & toxicology  •  1991  |  View Paper
Potassium egress was markedly increased via a furosemide-insensitive pathway when salicylate was used to replace Cl-.
Quarterly journal of experimental physiology  •  1989  |  View Paper
Under similar experimental conditions, physostigmine sulphate and Na salicylate , respectively, decrease the sensitivity of the membrane to potassium depolarization by about 30%.
Acta physiologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae  •  1975  |  View Paper
Salicylate administration also increased the rate of excretion of potassium so that its clearance often exceeded that of creatinine.
The Journal of clinical investigation  •  1973  |  View Paper
Salicylate increased the permneability to potassium and decreased the permeability to chloride in a reversible, dose-dependent manner, producing a concomitant increase in membrane potential and a decrease in membrane resistance.
Science  •  1971  |  View Paper
The chronic administration of both sodium salicylate and potassium salicylate to rats produces a significant decrease in the intracellular K+ ion concentration in the livers of these animals (Charnock, Opit & Hetzel, 1961).
The Biochemical journal  •  1962  |  View Paper
If so, the inward movement of potassium should be decreased in the presence of salicylate and the outward movement unaltered or decreased as the intracellular concentration of potassium falls.
Nature  •  1959  |  View Paper
Salicylate promotes loss of potassium from the muscle and diminishes the incorporation of amino-acids into protein, whereas insulin stimulates amino-acid incorporation and does not promote loss of potassium.
British medical journal  •  1958  |  View Paper