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Hypervolemia vs. Hypovolemia

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Department
Nursing
Course
NSE 22A/B
Professor
E.Phillips
Semester
Winter

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ECF Volume Deficit HypovolemiaThursday January 20 2011454 PMPathophysiologyCausesClinical ManifestationsDiagnostic FindingsTTProlonged vomitingIncreaseResults from relatively equal Wt lossReplace Urine Sp Glosses of Na HOfluid223 mildGastric suction HctIsotonic35 moderateVolume lost from Serum proteinblood8 severeExcessive diarrheaintravascular and interstitialReticulocytes12 criticalHemorrhageBlood lossrapid shift of DecreaseHypotensionfluid from interstitial to Hb in bleedingTachycardiaPolyuria diabetesintravascularOliguriaDecrease skin turgor Fevershift from intracellular Dry or sticky mucous late stagemembranes3rd space shifting Increase thirstascitesSoft eyeballsSunken eyesSlow
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