Potassium Problems Following an Auto Accident
I’m Ed Smith, a Car Accident Attorney in Sacramento. Our body is a carefully-balanced and complex superhighway of cells, fluids, and tissues that, almost every second, directs an incredible array of electrical impulses. This is only doable because those cells, fluids, and tissues thrive in a homeostatic setting where they conduct electricity good enough to send the signals to their intended locations. The secret to maintaining this conductive superhighway rests with our loyal friend: the electrolyte. The body depends on a delicate balance of its electrolytes to function properly. One of the most important electrolytes is potassium. This electrolyte can be thrown off if someone is involved in a car accident. A recent research publication focused on this.