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What are lab results for hypovolemia?
increasing Hct
SG > 1.10
Na < mEq/L
osmolal > 450 mOsm/Kg
What is the dominant IC electrolyte?
K+
What is the dominant EC electrolyte?
Na+
hypotonic
swells
hypertonic
shrinks
TBW for women is:
50 percent of ideal body weight
TBW for me is:
60 percent of ideal body weight
What's another word for water concentration?
osmolality
Maintenance fluid requirements for 1st 10 kg:
4 ml/kg/hr or 100 ml/kg/day
Maintenance fluid requirements for 2nd 10 kg:
2 ml/kg/hr or 50 ml/kg/day
Maintenance fluid requirements between 20-40 kg
1 ml/kg/hr or 20 ml/kg/day
Maintenance fluid requirements for > 40 kg
add 40 cc to kg to get amount
Estimated blood volume (EBV) for neonate (premmie/normal birth weight):
100 ml/kg / 90 ml/kg
Estimated blood volume (EBV) for infants 3-12 months:
80 ml/kg
EBV for adult male/female:
75 ml/kg / 65 ml/kg
Normal HCO3- levels:
22-26 mEq/L
Normal PaCO2:
35-45 mmHg
Avg. volume / urinary void:
250-400 mL
How do cholinergics cause increased urination?
By contracting the detrusor muscle
What drug can cause brown or black urine?
Levadopa
What drug can cause blue or green urine?
Elavil