Bartter's Syndrome is also known as Potassium Wasting. This condition is characterized by a different groups of signs and symptoms like: certain kidney cells are being enlarged, when there is an increase production of aldosterone which is a kind of hormone and an alkalosis with reduction of potassium.
This condition may be congenital and even genetic, the exact cause of this condition is not known but this is described as the inability of kidney to reabsorb potassium and this potassium are then absorb by the body.
This condition is most likely to appear in childhood and the symptoms are:
- feeling of weakness
- growth failure
- frequency of urination
- muscle cramps