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Handbook of fluid, electrolyte, and acid-base imbalances
Joyce LeFever Kee
Includes bibliographical references (p. 383-392) and index.
|Statement||[edited by] Joyce LeFever Kee, Betty J. Paulanka, Carolee Polek|
|LC Classifications||RC630 .H36 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 418 p. :|
|Number of Pages||418|
|LC Control Number||2010286011|
Water passes freely and rapidly between all these compartments in response to changes electrolyte solute con- centrations to maintain osmotic equilibrium between the compartments. Signs and symptoms include muscle weakness, tachycardia, paresthesia, dysrhythmias, intestinal coliccramps, abdominal distention, and anxiety. This relationship constantly changes and is compensated for by the kidneys and lungs. Permeability of Membranes Freely permeable membranes. Metabolic acidosis.
Electrolyte concentrations are measured according to their chemical activity and expressed as milliequivalents. If serum potassium levels are dangerously elevated, it may be necessary to administer IV calcium gluconate. Common medical conditions where there are massive imbalances are described in the last chapter. Treatment of edema.
Body fluids are divided between two main compartments: the intracellular fluid and the extracellular fluid compartments. Active Transport Mechanisms. And acid-base imbalances book and symptoms include muscle weakness, tachycardia, paresthesia, dysrhythmias, intestinal coliccramps, abdominal distention, and anxiety. Excessive loss of sodium is associated with decreased volume of body fluid. Clinical manifestations are fatigueanorexia, muscle weakness, polyuria, decreased bowel motility, paresthesia, ileus, abdominal distention, and hypoactive reflexes Hyperkalemia. Bicarbonate buffer system.
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The cell membrane separates the intracellular environment from the extracellular environment. Therefore, the osmolalities in all compartments are equal. The authors use a developmental approach across the lifespan. Permeability of Membranes Freely permeable membranes.
Hyperphosphatemia is a serum phosphorus electrolyte that exceeds 4. Fluid volume deficit could result in dehydration of the body tissues. Common medical conditions where there are massive imbalances are described in the last chapter. Deficient fluid volume related to active fluid loss or failure of regulatory mechanisms.
An acid is one type of compound that contains the hydrogen ion. Daily output. Retention of sodium is associated with fluid retention.
Fluid volume excess or hypervolemia refers to an isotonic volume expansion of the ECF caused by the abnormal retention and acid-base imbalances book water and sodium in approximately the same proportions in which they normally exist in the ECF.
Clinical Manifestations Signs and symptoms that occur in fluid and electrolyte imbalances are discussed below. The endocrine system uses the release and action of hormones to maintain homeostasis.
All patients in intensive care units are routinely screened for such imbalances. Extracellular electrolytes. Serum electrolyte levels.
Imbalances in these substances within the body are responsible for some of the most significant medical conditions and disorders. Electrolyte concentrations are measured and acid-base imbalances book to their chemical activity and expressed as milliequivalents. Thus, it is apparent that a Handbook of fluid professional needs to have a firm grasp of the fundamentals of electrolytes, fluids and acid-base balance in the body, so that effective treatment can be carried out.
Signs and symptoms include paresthesias, muscle weakness, bone pain and tenderness, chest painconfusion, seizures, tissue hypoxia, and nystagmus. Consistent chapter format breaks down information into small units and reinforces an effective thinking process.
Sodium ions and acid-base imbalances book any other cations in the ECF; therefore it is essential in the fluid regulation of the body. If the potassium and acid-base imbalances book excreted through the kidneys, hypokalemia can result.Buy Handbook of Fluids, Electrolytes and Acid Base Imabalances 3rd edition () by Joyce LeFever Kee, Betty J.
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