Fluid Management in a Renal Patient undergoing Emergency Surgery. Qa. Which Fluid do you plan to administer to this patient? Qb. How do you determine how much fluid to administer?
67 y.o. female history of HTN, DM, IHD and CRI presents with a Small Bowel Obstruction! She is to going to the OR for an Exploratory Laparotomy and resection of Small Bowel. Q. What are your Concerns regarding the patient's Chronic Renal
The patient has a history of Severe Chronic Renal Impairment. The patient presents with a Small Bowel Obstruction going for an Ex-Lap. The labs reveal [K+] 5.9 mEq/L. H/H is 8/23. Qa. What are your Main Concerns with the patient's elevated serum potassium? Qb. Do
You continue to evaluate the patient with Severe Renal Impairment. The patient has a long standing history of HTN, DM and IHD. The serum [K+] is elevated. Q. What findings are you looking for on the Preoperative ECG?