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What is potassium iodide (KI)?

Buy Iodine Tablets (Pills) in Europe, Potassium iodide, sometimes known as KI, is a salt of stable (non-radioactive) iodine. It is a nutrient that the thyroid gland needs in little amounts to operate effectively. KI is available in tablet form and is readily absorbed.

Why am I receiving this now?

The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) is the government organisation in charge of ensuring that nuclear power plants are safe to operate. Shop here
All houses and businesses within 10 kilometres of a nuclear power plant must now obtain a supply of KI tablets.

What does it do?

The usefulness of KI as a particular thyroid radioiodine uptake blocker has been extensively documented. In people or communities at risk of inhalation or ingestion of radioiodines, KI is helpful at lowering the risk of thyroid cancer when taken in the correct amount and at the proper time.

KI suppresses the absorption of radioactive materials by filling the thyroid with nonradioactive iodine. Other forms of radiation are not protected by KI. Buy Iodine Tablets (Pills) in Europe

When should I take it?

In the extremely unlikely event of a public radiation release, the Chief Medical Officer of Health for Ontario will issue instructions on where, when, how, and by whom KI should be taken via radio, television, the Internet, and other available channels.
It’s critical to keep an eye out for this notice.

Take the medications only if you’ve been told to.
You would only need to take the tablets for a few days, maybe one or two.

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How much should I take?

Pregnant or breastfeeding women 2 tablets (1 single dose only)
Adults 18+ 2 tablets every 24 hours
Children 3 – 18 1 tablet every 24 hours
Children 1 month – 3 years ½ tablet daily crushed in food or fluids
Children under 1 month ¼ tablet dissolved in fluids (1 single dose only)

If necessary, and for younger children, tablets can be crushed in food or dissolved in fluids.

In case of overdose, get medical help or call a Poison Control Centre immediately. Phone 1-858-633-7446

Are there any side effects? iodine pills amazon

For all age groups with normal thyroid function, the risk of negative effects from taking a dosage of KI is quite minimal. During a nuclear emergency, the total benefit exceeds the danger of negative effects.

Thyroid disorders, such as autoimmune thyroiditis, Graves’ disease, iodine deficiency, and nodular goitre, increase the risk of side effects. Adults and the elderly are more likely to develop these disorders, while children are less likely to develop them.

Rare but minor adverse effects in other regions of the body, such as gastrointestinal problems or hypersensitivity reactions, may occur.

Before using KI, anyone who are iodine sensitive, have a present or past thyroid disease, or have any other concerns should speak with their doctor or nurse practitioner. visit here

How is KI (potassium iodide) given? The FDA has approved two different forms of KI (potassium iodide), tablets and liquid, that people can take by mouth after a radiation emergency involving radioactive iodine. Tablets come in two strengths, 130 milligrams (mg) and 65 mg. contact us

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