rate by more than 50%, the intervention by the HIV pharmacist was key to timely correction of errors that did occur. ... Impact of an electronic medical record on the incidence of antiretroviral prescription errors and HIV pharmacist reconciliation on
In addition to glucose control and correction of electrolytes, which of the following is the most appropriate next step in the management of this patient? ... Management of an ileus is generally supportive, including the discontinuation of any
This patient's calcium correction for hypoalbuminemia is 8.8 mg/dL (2.2 mmol/L), which is not low and does not explain the respiratory failure.
Such delirium is highly predictable and often easily managed by identification and correction of any underlying disorders and the removal or reduction of contributing factors.
Like prerenal AKI, ATN can often be promptly corrected if treated aggressively and early with IV fluid resuscitation and correction of any precipitating factors.
improvement (within the first 12-24 hours) with intravenous vasoactive medications and correction of volume overload.
The absence of neurologic findings suggests that this patient's hyponatremia is chronic, and rapid correction is therefore not indicated. ... Hypertonic (3%) saline is only indicated in the presence of neurologic symptoms or for correction of
Editor's Note: On April 18, the AHA/ASA issued a correction deleting several sections of this guideline while preparing to clarify, modify, and/or update them.
A regimen of neutral protamine Hagedorn (NPH) insulin twice daily will likely improve glycemic control but is not as easily titratable as a basal-bolus correction and does not provide for ... Sliding scale regular insulin has been associated with
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