Hypokalemic Periodic Paralysis A Case Report
Hypokalemic periodic paralysis HPP is a medical emergency with prevalence of 1 in 100,000 . Rapid management is very important since, very low potassium levels can lead to cardiac complications . In this case, a twenty four year old female without a similar history in the family, having hypokalemia periodic paralysis attack is presented. This case report study has been presented for the consideration of the rare HPP in patients presenting with sudden muscle weakness.
Hypokalemia, paralysis, potassium, weakness, complications
Blessy Rachal Boban | Cillamol K. J | Elena Cheruvil | Sheffin Thomas | Tony Abraham