Treatment focuses on the prompt correction of hypovolemia and anemia, but in the absence of transfusion, other modalities such as hyperbaric oxygen therapy (where available) are considered.
Since up to 30% of stroke volume goes cephal- ad, a correction factor must be included in calculations of stroke volume and car- diac output.
Nonselective beta-blockade (e.g., propranolol) prevents further intracellular potassium shifting. Correction of the underlying hyperthyroidism is the definitive treatment.
Management of spontaneous TLS, as with treatment-induced TLS, includes hydration, medication to reduce uric acid concentration, and correction of electrolyte abnormalities.
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Like prerenal AKI, ATN can often be promptly corrected if treated aggressively and early with IV fluid resuscitation and correction of any precipitating factors.