Tag Fluids and Electrolytes
Network Five Journal Club Podcast 340

Network Five: Critical Care

Network Five Emergency Medicine Journal Club Episode 21 - Critical Care reviewing papers on cardiogenic shock, intravenous fluids in sepsis and lung protective ventilation strategies.
CCC Critical Care compendium 340


Hypokalaemia: the most common electrolyte abnormality in hospitalised patients; mostly caused by drugs and GI disease
CCC Critical Care compendium 340


Hypernatraemia can be caused by a number of critical illnesses: water depletion (decreased intake, hypotonic fluid loss – renal/non-renal); solute excess (Na+ or other)