- •Lower urinary K excretion was associated with higher risk of cerebro-cardiovascular and renal (CCR) events.
- •Lower urinary K excretion was associated with higher risk of all-cause mortality.
- •There was no association between urinary NaCl excretion and CCR events.
- •There was no association between urinary NaCl excretion and all-cause mortality.
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☆There is no conflict of interest and the authors have nothing to disclose. Source of support: Gifu University Graduate School of Medicine to SM.
☆☆Public trials registry number: UMIN000006866 (https://www.umin.ac.jp). IRB information: The Ethics Committee of Gifu University Graduate School of Medicine approved this study (Approval number: 23-181 & 2019-099).