Fluid_Lyte_LectureFinal_2012

A alcohol abuse b refeeding syndrome secondary to

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a) Alcohol abuse b) Refeeding syndrome secondary to malnutrition c) Diuretic therapy d) Chronic kidney disease e) A & B f) A, B, & C g) All of the above
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Practice Question A female patient had a thyroidectomy 2 weeks ago and now complains of being anxious and muscle cramps. Which laboratory value would you want to check? What disorder might be present?
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Practice Question A 60 kg female patient presents with a pOsm of 302 mOsm/L. Hint: female body water is 50% If no additional volume is added, describe her fluid balance, ie ICF, ECF volumes. What physiologic events should occur in a normal setting?
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Practice Question Joe is a 45 y/o with cirrhosis who presents for a routine clinic visit. On physical finding he has crackles in the lower base of his lungs bilaterally, + JVD, and His lab findings at this visit are: 132 / 101 / 22 70 3.5 / 22 / 1.2 Describe his fluid balance. a) euvolemic, 4+ edema, b) Euvolemic, edema, 3 rd spacing c) Hypovolemic, 3 rd spacing d) Hypervolemic, edema, 3 rd spacing
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Practice Question Joe is a 45 y/o with cirrhosis who presents for a routine clinic visit. On physical finding he has crackles in the lower base of his lungs bilaterally, + JVD, and His lab findings at this visit are: 132 / 101 / 22 70 3.5 / 22 / 1.2 What best describes the fluid compartments? Normal ICF, ECF ICF normal, ECF volume increase ICF vol decrease, ECF normal ICF, ECF volume decreased
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