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Table 2 Change of electrolytes before and after thiazide

From: A case report of pseudohypoaldosteronism type II with a homozygous KLHL3 variant accompanied by hyperthyroidism

  Before thiazide After thiazide Normal range
K+ (mmol/l) 5.20–5.44 4.81–5.22 3.50–5.30
Na+ (mmol/l) 138.2-138.8 135.0-138.8 137.0-147.0
Cl (mmol/l) 107.1-107.4 101.2–106.0 99.0-110.0
Mg2+ (mmol/l) 0.85   0.7–1.05
Ca+ (mmol/l) 2.09–2.38 2.36–2.46 2.20–2.65
P (mmol/l) 1.33–1.36 1.17–1.20 0.81–1.45
PTH (pg/ml) 119.54 69.18 12.0–88.0
pH value 7.326   7.35–7.45
HCO3 (mmol/l) 21.0   22–27
BE (mmol/l) -4.0   -3.0-3.0
AG (mmol/l) 14.4   8–12
Urinary K+ (mmol/day) 48.72   25–100
Urinary Na+ (mmol/day) 154.0   130–260
Urinary Ca+ (mmol/day) 5.82–6.90 5.90–6.50 2.50–7.50
Urinary P (mmol/day) 23.79–25.72 42.62–45.09 12.90–42.00
  1. Abbreviations: PTH parathyroid hormone, BE base excess, AG anion gap