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Fluids and Electrolytes with Clinical Applications: A Programmed Approach puts you in control of your learning experience. The self-paced, programmed approach makes learning and mastering difficult concepts simple and straightforward. The eighth edition provides a comprehensive survey of fluid, electrolyte, and acid-base imbalance concepts from the functions and movement of body fluids to intravenous solutions.
- Includes important new information on fluid and electrolyte imbalances related to bariatric surgery and updated information on COPD.
- The glossary has been expanded and updated with new and revised definitions.
- Comprehensive approach offers the broadest possible survey of critical fluid and electrolyte concepts with applications
- Real-life case studies that emphasize HIPAA regulations apply important information across the life span in health care settings
- Concise chapters target fluid, electrolyte, and acid-base balances with numerous clinical situations to help readers master key concepts in a step-by-step approach
- Emphasis on evaluation and outcomes clarifies expected outcomes and reinforces best practices
Chapter 1: Body Fluid: Its Function and Movement.
UNIT II- Fluids and their Influence on the Body.
Chapter 2: ECFVD.
Chapter 3: ECFVE.
Chapter 4: ECFVS.
Chapter 5: ICFVE.
Appendix C: Clinical Problems Associated with Fluid Imbalances.
UNIT III: Electrolytes and their Influence on the Body Introduction: Cat ions and An ions.
Chapter 6: Potassium Imbalance.
Chapter 7: Sodium and Chloride Imbalances.
Chapter 8: Calcium Imbalances.
Chapter 9: Magnesium Imbalances.
Chapter 10: Phosphorous Imbalances.
Appendix D: Clinical Problems associated with Electrolyte Imbalances.
UNIT IV: Acid Base Balance and Imbalance Introduction.
Chapter 11: Regulatory Mechanisms for PH control.
Chapter 12: Determination of Acid-Base Imbalances.
Chapter 13: Metabolic Acidosis and Alkaloses.
Chapter 14: Respiratory Acidosis and Alkaloses.
Appendix B: Summary of Acid Base Imbalances.
UNIT V: Clinical Situations: Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Imbalances Introduction.
Chapter 15: Fluid Problems of Infants and Children.
Chapter 16: Fluid Problems of the Older Adult.
Chapter 17: Trauma and Shock.
Chapter 18: Gastrointestinal (GI) Surgery with F/E Imbalances.
Chapter 19: Renal Failure: Hemodialysis, Peritoneal Dialysis, and continuous Renal Replacement Therapy Chapter 20: Chronic Diseases with Fluid, Electrolyte Imbalances Introduction: CHF DM COPD.