Search results for "Correction"

Results 41 - 50 of about 76 for "Correction".

With acute pancreatitis, time is of the essence

Both the ACP Smart Medicine module and the ACG guidelines note the need for pain management and the correction of any abnormalities in electrolytes.
January 2014

Patients with pumps

And any patient who is cognitively impaired or too sick to self-manage should be taken off the pump and placed on background insulin, pre-meal bolus insulin and correction doses,
April 2014

Cases from the Seattle VA Hospital and the University of Washington

Treatment consists of removal of the offending agent and correction of electrolyte disturbances.
November 2014

Test yourself: Preoperative evaluation

A. Five percent weight loss. B. Improved asthma control. C. Surgical correction of OSA. ... need to delay the hip replacement to evaluate the patient for surgical correction of OSA.
October 2007

A collection of individual cases

Aggressive repletion is the mainstay of therapy. B12 repletion leads to complete correction of hematologic abnormalities in at least two-thirds of patients.
May 2017

MKSAP quiz on acute kidney injury

improvement (within the first 12-24 hours) with intravenous vasoactive medications and correction of volume overload.
December 2015

Warnings about long-term dual antiplatelet therapy, gram-negative tests

A device correction for PadPro and R2 multi-function defibrillation electrodes by CONMED and Heart Sync Inc.
February 2015

Acute ventilatory failure

A 63-year-old woman is evaluated in the emergency department for a three-day history of increasing dyspnea... and other cases.
June 2007

MKSAP primer: Acute complications of diabetes mellitus

In addition, as the ketone body production is halted, a correction alkalosis may occur. ... Subsequently and more slowly, the intracellular fluid deficits, which are substantial, require correction.
September 2007

Inpatient glucose control

Although normal on admission, the sodium concentration belies actual free water deficit, because it requires correction for the degree of hyperglycemia. ... Such hypernatremia is indicative of significant, superimposed free water losses. Proper
September 2007

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