19 notecards = 5 pages (4 cards per page)
what are the types of fluids that can be given?
isotonic fluids are_______
in a hypotonic solution, where is the fluid going? what is an example of a hypotonic fluid
where does fluid shift from in a hypertonic solution? what will happen to the cell? where can a hypertonic solution be given?
what are some things you have to consider while replacing fluid in a patient?
packed RBCs are given to what type of patient? why is that safe?
given to CHF patients. only the packed RBCs are given so no extra fluid is given
plasma is given for what? platelets?
lipid emulsion is given to patients______
who cannot get nutrition through oral diet
who is supposed to be at the bedside for the first 15mins during a blood transfusion? how are blood transfusions supposed to be given.
hypokalemia is caused by_________ what are the clinical manifestations of hypokalemia. how do you resolve it? what should you never do?
hyperkalemia can be caused by? what are the S/S of hyperkalemia? what can be given to resolve it?
what should potassium tablets be given with?
S/S of hyponatremia and how do you resolve it
hypernatremia can be caused by? what are the S/S? how do you resolve
what is the function of calcium?normal calcium values?
S/S of hypercalcemia? how do you resolve?
colloids are given to what kind of patients? what is it?
they are given to burn patients. it is albumin and treated as blood product. used in severe cases. physician's preference.