Nursing Key Topics Review: Fluids and Electrolytes Elsevier eBook on VitalSource (Retail Access Card)
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1.Concepts of Body Fluids
2.Fluid and Electrolyte Balance and Imbalance
3.Concepts of Fluid Volume Deficit and Excess
4.Concepts of Acid-Base Balance
12.Concepts of Minerals & Elements
13.Fluid and Electrolyte Balance in Neonates, Infants, and Children
14.Fluid and Electrolyte Balance in Special Populations
15.Fluid Balance in Surgery and Trauma
16.Fluids and Electrolytes in Congestive Heart Failure
17.Fluids and Electrolytes in Renal Failure
18.Fluids and Electrolytes in Brain Injuries
19.Fluids and Electrolytes in Diabetic Ketoacidosis and Hyperglycemic Hyperosmolar State
20.Fluids and Electrolytes in Acute Infection