Novel potassium binders: a clinical update

Released 6 April 2021     Expires: 06 April 2023      Programme: Hyperkalaemia 1 CPD/CME credit

Sponsorship Statement: Vifor Pharma has funded the creation of multiple-choice questions through an independent (arm’s length) agreement so this article can be used for CPD/learning activities

Learning objectives

Upon completing this module, healthcare professionals should know more about:

  • How to manage hyperkalaemia in heart failure and kidney disease
  • How to enable patients to stay on optimal renin–angiotensin–aldosterone system (RAAS) inhibition
  • The efficacy and safety of two novel potassium binders for the treatment of hyperkalaemia


Hon-Ting Wai, Internal Medical Trainee, Whiston Hospital, Warrington Road, Prescot, Merseyside
Nirmol Meah, Foundation Trainee, Whiston Hospital, Warrington Road, Prescot, Merseyside
Ravish Katira, Consultant Cardiologist, Whiston Hospital, Warrington Road, Prescot, Merseyside


1 CPD/CME credit, 1.0 hour
BJC Learning has assigned one hour of CPD/CME credit to this module

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