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Drug induced hypokalemia

Drugs that cause low potassium blood levels

What drugs can cause low potassium levels?

The most common drugs that cause a low potassium level include diuretics, some antibiotics, insulin, bronchodilators, laxatives, and theophylline. Also, drugs that lower the blood magnesium level could also cause a low potassium blood level.