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.
Medmastery Fluids and Electrolytes Masterclass

Fluids and electrolytes: diuretic resistance

Diuretics don't always work as expected–what do you do when diuresis is not sufficient? In this video Joel Topf looks at how to alter treatment based on the pattern of diuretic response seen in your patient.
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)