Fluids and Electrolytes

11/13/97


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Table of Contents

Fluids and Electrolytes

Fluid Volume Deficit

Intracellular Fluid Deficit

Extracellular Fluid Volume Deficit

Hyperosmolar Fluid Volume Deficit- Dehydration

Iso-osmolar Fluid Volume Deficit

Cinical Manifestations Mild ECFVD for the average adult

Moderate ECFVD for the average adult

Severe ECFVD for the average adult

Nursing Diagnosis: Fluid Volume Deficit related to

Uncomplicated F&E healthcare needs across the lifespan

Perinatal F&E Considerations

Perinatal Iso-osmolar ECFVD

Perinatal Bleeding Disorders Iso-osmolar ECFVD Abortion

Perinatal: Ectopic Pregnancy

Perinatal Hemorrhage

Perinatal cont’d: Gestational Trophoblastic Disease

Perinatal: Hydatidiform Mole

Fetal F&E Considerations

Fetal: Amniotic Fluid

Intrapartal F&E Considerations

Intrapartal Bleeding Disorders- Iso-osmolar ECFVD

Intrapartal: Abruptio Placenta

Intrapartal: Placenta Previa

Intrapartal

Postpartal F&E Considerations

Postpartal Bleeding Disorders Iso- osmolar ECFVD

Postpartal:Uterine Atony

Postpartal :Laceration

Postpartal: Hematoma

Postpartal: Retained placental fragment

Postpartal Signs of Hemorrhage

Newborn F&E Considerations

Newborn cont,d: Dehydration

Author: Science Center

Email: minterr@acad.mc3.edu

Home Page: http://www.mc3.edu/gen/faculty/Minterr/