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 what is the total daily fluid requirement for a 22 kg dog that is currently 8% dehydrated with no ongoing losses deficit: 22kg x 0.08 = 1.76kg 1.76kg x 1L/1kg=1.76 L x 1000ml/1L=1760mL problem 1 cont. Maintenance: 22kg x 55mL/kg/24hr=1210mL/24hr problem 1 cont. total: 1760=1210=2970mL/day problem two: what is the total daily fluid requirement for a 10 ppound cat that was 4% dehydrated on admission and is losing approximately 100ml of fluid through vomiting every day. converstion: 10#x2.23/kg.=4.6kg problem 2 cont deficit: 4.6kg x 0.04=0.18kgx1L/1kg=0.18Lx100mL/1L=184mL problem 2 cont Maintenance: 4.6kg x 55mL/kg/24hr=253mL/24hr problem 2 cont ongoing losses: 100mL/24hr problem 2 cont total 184mL+253mL+100mL=537mL/day problem 3: do deficit and no ongoing losses 57#x1kg/2.2#=26kg (57/2.2=26) problem 3 cont maintenance requirement: 26kg x 55mL/kg/day=1425mL/day problem 4 how would the patients needs in problem 3 change if she bagan to vomit and vomitted 100mL per hour for five hours after surgery? Ongoing losses: 100mL/hr x 5hr=500mL. total: 500mL+1425mL=1924mL problem 5. estimate the degree of dehydration of a cat that has been missing for one day and was found trapped inside the garden shed. physical exam is 100% normal. does this cat need to be in the hospital on IV fluides. estimated dehydration: Hx & PEx) = 4% does not need to be on IV fluids PO or SQ would suffice