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HYPERKALEMIA

HYPERKALEMIA

HYPERKALEMIA. DR. K. K. GUPTA MD ASSOCIATE PROF. DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE, KGMU. Hyperkalemia MCQs. 1.Hyperkalemia can occur in all except--- a) Insulin Deficiency b ) Metabolic Acidosis c ) Acute Renal Failure d ) Cushing’s Syndrome. 2. True about Hyperkalemia ---

By betty_james
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Massive Blood Transfusion

Massive Blood Transfusion

Massive Blood Transfusion. Massive transfusion, defined as the replacement by transfusion of more than 50 percent of a patient's blood volume in 12 to 24 hour, may be associated with a number of hemostatic and metabolic complications . Bleeding due to Dilution of clotting factors.

By MikeCarlo
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Rh blood system

Rh blood system

Rh blood system. Difference between ABO and Rh blood types Six Rh antigens, each is called Rh factor. C,D,E,c,d,e Type D antigen is most prevalent and more antigenic Persons having D antigen--- Rh positive Persons not having D antigen--- Rh negative

By kyne
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Nursing Care of Clients with Altered Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid–Base Balance

Nursing Care of Clients with Altered Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid–Base Balance

Nursing Care of Clients with Altered Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid–Base Balance. Fluid and Electrolyte Balance. Necessary for life, homeostasis Nursing role: help prevent, treat fluid, electrolyte disturbances. Fluid . Approximately 60% of typical adult is fluid

By kirsi
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The Urinary System Kidneys are essential for life on land Fluid retention

The Urinary System Kidneys are essential for life on land Fluid retention

The Urinary System Kidneys are essential for life on land Fluid retention Salt (electrolyte) balance Excretion of toxic wastes. Kidney is heavily vascularized Filtration Reabsorption Secretion 1000-2000L of blood flows through kidney About 180 L of filtrate produced

By bozica
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The Others

The Others

The Others. MK Strecker-McGraw, MD, FACEP. ACS Mimics: Non AMI Causes of ST-Segment Elevation. ST segment elevation is important EKG criterion for dx of AMI But, there are other conditions that can cause elevation of the ST segments.

By katen
(146 views)

Chronic Renal Failure

Chronic Renal Failure

Chronic Renal Failure. Chronic Renal Failure. General introduction Etiology Pathogenesis Clinical findings Complications Diagnosis &D.D. Treatment . General introduction.

By heath
(269 views)

Adrenal Crisis

Adrenal Crisis

Adrenal Crisis. Nicole Wilde UNC Morning Report 5/18/10. Adrenal Crisis: Acute Adrenal Insufficiency . Primary Adrenal Insufficiency Serious infection Acute stress in previously undiagnosed cases No extra glucocorticoid therapy during infection Abrupt withdrawal from glucocorticoids

By vila
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Effects of Pesticides Identified in the Hematopoietic System

Effects of Pesticides Identified in the Hematopoietic System

Effects of Pesticides Identified in the Hematopoietic System. Pesticide Health Effects Medical Education Database (PHEMED). Hemolysis Methemoglobinemia Hypoprothrombinemia Hyperkalemia Hypocalcemia Hypercalcemia Carboxyhemoglobinemia Anemia . Effects.

By matty
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Neonatal Jaundice

Neonatal Jaundice

Neonatal Jaundice. Ruben Bromiker Department of Neonatology Shaare Zedek Medical Center. Physiologic Jaundice. Healthy infants up to 12mg% in 3rd day; in premature, 5th day. No hemolysis or bleedings No underlying metabolic disease. Mechanism. Production: Volemia,

By mauli
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Hyperkalemia and Hypokalemia

Hyperkalemia and Hypokalemia

Hyperkalemia and Hypokalemia. Ilan Marcuschamer M.D. Hadassah University Hospital Mount Scoppus. Potassium Balance. K is the major intracelullar cation. It’s regulation is tightly regulated between the IC and EC compartments. Gradient mantained by Na/K ATPase

By remy
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ECG IN HYPERKALEMIA

ECG IN HYPERKALEMIA

ECG IN HYPERKALEMIA. Potassium is most abundant intracellular cation M ost important determinant of resting membrane potential (RMP ). Mild to moderate levels of hyperkalemia Decrease TP(less negative ) Decrease RMP (less negative) Decrease RMP more than decrease TP

By twila
(249 views)

Cause

Cause

Cause. Most likely causes of Hyperkalemia in the patient. 1. ) The patient has chronic kidney disease and is in renal failure – GFR 15 ml/min

By dorian-eaton
(117 views)

Virtual Potassium for the Intern (and other related electrolytes)

Virtual Potassium for the Intern (and other related electrolytes)

Virtual Potassium for the Intern (and other related electrolytes). Summer Intern Lecture Series July 2019 Scott Pawlikowski, M.D. Goals of this Lecture. SESSION OBJECTIVES Learn to effectively assess and manage hyperkalemia

By gfinn
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Elias Hanna, MD, Cardiology

Elias Hanna, MD, Cardiology

Elias Hanna, MD, Cardiology. Differential diagnosis: Anterior STEMI with hyperacute ischemic T wave and inferior ST depression versus Hyperkalemia.

By camposa
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