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Thursday 15 July 2004

Maternal Bartter's syndrome in pregnancy treated by amiloride.

By: Deruelle P, Dufour P, Magnenant E, Courouble N, Puech F.

Eur J Obstet Gynecol Reprod Biol 2004 Jul 15;115(1):106-7

BACKGROUND: Bartter's syndrome is a rare condition during pregnancy. The prenatal management is difficult to maintain normal potassium serum levels. CASE: We describe a 26-year-old woman with Bartter's syndrome. During pregnancy, she required increasing potassium and magnesium supplementations. Amiloride, a sparing potassium diuretic, was continued. She delivered an unaffected girl at term. CONCLUSION: When Bartter's syndrome is associated with pregnancy, the management must be careful. Amiloride can be used to support potassium supplementation.

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