EYE ON DIAGNOSTICS: Keeping an eye on calcium levels
DIANE KRUEGER RN, MSN
FREDERICK J. TASOTA RN, MSN

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Nursing2014
June 2003 
Volume 33  Number 6
Pages 68 - 70
 
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ABSTRACT
MARY ZAMORA, 76, is admitted to your unit after reporting lethargy, constipation, and flank pain. Her daughter tells you that she has metastatic bone cancer, and you also discover that she’s dehydrated. A blood test reveals that she has a total serum calcium of 12.2 mg/dl and abnormally low levels of phosphorous and albumin. Let’s examine how these levels relate to Mrs. Zamora’s condition...

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