Focus On: Fluids & Electrolytes
No matter where you work, attention to a patient's fluid and electrolyte status is essential. Imbalances can compromise clinical status and adversely affect outcomes. This collection includes resources to give you a general overview of fluids and electrolytes as well as the common causes, signs and symptoms, and available treatments to correct abnormalities and imbalances.

SPECIAL FEATURES

THE BASICS ABOUT FLUID & ELECTROLYTE BALANCE

ELECTROLYTE IMBALANCES

SIADH & DI

HYPOVOLEMIA & HYPERVOLEMIA

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SPECIAL FEATURES
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  I.V. fluids: What nurses need to know
Nursing2014
May 2011  
  POWERPOINT SLIDES

  Podcast: Hyperkalemia & Hypokalemia
Nursing2012 Symposium
January 2013  

  Podcast: Hypomagnesemia & Hypermagnesemia
Nursing2012 Symposium
January 2013  

  Podcast: Hypercalcemia & Hypocalcemia
Nursing2012 Symposium
January 2013  

  Podcast: Hypernatremia & Hyponatremia
Nursing2012 Symposium
January 2013  

  Take5 – Laboratory Values
NursingCenter
February 2013  

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THE BASICS ABOUT FLUID & ELECTROLYTE BALANCE
Remember the fundamentals

  Keeping electrolytes & fluids in balance: part 1
Nursing2014 Critical Care
March 2011  

  Keeping electrolytes & fluids in balance, part 2
Nursing2014 Critical Care
May 2011  

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ELECTROLYTE IMBALANCES
Recognize and intervene when imbalances occur

  Fluid and Electrolyte Series Balancing act Calcium & phosphorus
Nursing2014
January 2012  

  Fluid and Electrolyte Series: Balancing act: Hypomagnesemia & hypermagnesemia
Nursing2014
October 2011  

  Fluid and Electrolyte Series: Balancing act Na+ Sodium K+ Potassium
Nursing2014
July 2011  

  Beer potomania: Drink in this atypical cause of hyponatremia
Nursing2014
July 2012  

  ACTION STAT: Hypernatremia
Nursing2014
October 2010  

  Patho Puzzler: Too much salt or too little?
Nursing Made Incredibly Easy! - Featured Journal
March/April 2010  

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SIADH & DI
Brush up on your understanding of these two disorders

  SIADH: Fluid out of balance
Nursing2014
September 2012  

  Syndrome of Inappropriate Antidiuretic Hormone and Cerebral Salt Wasting in Critically Ill Patients
AACN Advanced Critical Care
July/September 2012  

  Water world PART 1: Understanding the syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone secretion
Nursing2014 Critical Care
November 2011  

  Waterworld, part 2: Understanding diabetes insipidus in adults
Nursing2014 Critical Care
January 2012  

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HYPOVOLEMIA & HYPERVOLEMIA
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  Focus on central venous pressure monitoring in an acute care setting
Nursing2014
December 2011  

  Traumatic hypovolemic shock: Halt the downward spiral
Nursing2014
October 2010  

  Patient history key to diagnosing peripheral edema
The Nurse Practitioner: The American Journal of Primary Health Care
March 2010  

  TOPICS IN PROGRESSIVE CARE: Third-spacing: When body fluid shifts
Nursing2014 Critical Care
March 2009  

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Selected articles from a Nutrition Today supplement on hydration

  Fluids, Water, and Nutrients and the Risk of Renal Diseases: Where We Stand and a Research Agenda
Nutrition Today
August 2012  

  Hydration Biomarkers During Daily Life: Recent Advances and Future Potential
Nutrition Today
August 2012  

  Hydration Status in Active Youth
Nutrition Today
August 2012  

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