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Electrolyte Replacement Protocol

The electrolyte replacement protocols calcium chloride ICUED only or calcium gluconate all levels of care magnesium sulfate potassium chloride or potassium phosphate may be ordered individually or in combination POTASSIUM REPLACEMENT PROTOCOL INTRAVENOUS Recommended rate of infusion is 10 mEqhr

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  • Electrolyte Replacement Critical Care ICUPCU 30400716
    Electrolyte Replacement Critical Care ICUPCU 30400716

    X Electrolyte Protocol X Electrolyte Replacement Protocol Critical Care ICUPCU RN to order specific medication needed based on lab result If creatinine greater than 2 mgdL andor documentation of Renal Failure or Dialysis contact physician for specific replacement orders Use ORAL when able If multiple electrolytes to be replaced

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  • ADULT ELECTROLYTE REPLACEMENT PROTOCOLS
    ADULT ELECTROLYTE REPLACEMENT PROTOCOLS

    The electrolyte replacement protocols calcium chloride ICUED only or calcium gluconate all levels of care magnesium sulfate potassium chloride or potassium phosphate may be ordered individually or in combination POTASSIUM REPLACEMENT PROTOCOL INTRAVENOUS Recommended rate of infusion is 10 mEqhr

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  • Fluid and Electrolyte Therapy in Children
    Fluid and Electrolyte Therapy in Children

    Basic Fluid and Electrolyte Therapy Maintenance The goal of maintenance therapy is the accurate replacement of ongoing water and electrolyte losses to maintain zero balance that is INTAKE OUTPUT In very unstable patients with abnormal or unpredictable losses zero balance can be achieved only by frequent replacement of precisely measured

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  • Potassium Replacement
    Potassium Replacement

    3034 mgdL 6g CaGluconate 4 Hours After Replacement 2529 mgdL 8g CaGluconate 4 Hours After Replacement 25 mgdL 10 g CaGluconate NHO 4 Hours After Replacement Infuse 2gm per hour Approved Dr Addison K May MD FACS FCCM December 2013 Zaloga GP KR Bernards WC Layons AJ Fluids and Electrolytes

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  • ADULT ELECTROLYTE REPLACEMENT ORDERS
    ADULT ELECTROLYTE REPLACEMENT ORDERS

    Page 1 of 2 UMC Adult Electrolyte Replacement Order 040511 968 R2 Replacement orders should only be used in patients with a serum creatinine 2 mgdL BUN 30 mgdL and urinary output 30 mLhr An infusion pump is required for all electrolyte infusions Only the selected electrolytes will be replaced per protocol

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  • Standard Potassium and Magnesium Replacement
    Standard Potassium and Magnesium Replacement

    Standard Potassium and Magnesium Replacement Protocol Goal K 35 mmolL Scan to pharmacy and place in orders section of chart Page 1 of 1 Standard Potassium Replacement Protocol Goal K 35 mmolL A physicians order is required for implementation of the protocol

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  • ELECTROLYTE R PRESCRIBING SCH
    ELECTROLYTE R PRESCRIBING SCH

    Guideline Electrolyte Replacement Prescribing SCH This document reflects what is currently regarded as safe practice However as in any clinical situation there may be During chemotherapy administer as per specific chemotherapy protocol

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  • Evaluation of an Electrolyte Repletion Protocol for
    Evaluation of an Electrolyte Repletion Protocol for

    The protocol also suggested standard electrolyte monitoring with specific recommendations regarding the timing of monitoring in relation to administration of replacement doses 6 h after potassium repletion and 24 h after magnesium phosphate or calcium repletion

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  • Therapeutic Hypothermia Protocol for Cardiac Arrest
    Therapeutic Hypothermia Protocol for Cardiac Arrest

    Electrolyte Management Close monitoring of Potassium Magnesium and Phosphate is necessary with this protocol Potassium replacement should be done in a conservative fashion due to potential rebound during rewarming All electrolyte replacement orders as outlined in this protocol will discontinue 4

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  • Fluid and electrolytes UpToDate
    Fluid and electrolytes UpToDate

    Maintenance and replacement fluid therapy in adults View in Chinese Metabolic acidosis Acidbase and electrolyte abnormalities with diarrhea View in Chinese Approach to the adult with metabolic acidosis View in Chinese Bicarbonate therapy in lactic acidosis View in Chinese Causes of lactic acidosis View in Chinese Dlactic acidosis View in Chinese

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  • Potassium Replacement
    Potassium Replacement

    Give KCl 20 meq orally every 2 hours for 4 doses then recheck level Typically continue Potassium Replacement at 20 meq twice daily for 45 days Serum Potassium 30 to 35 mEqL total body deficit 100200 meq Give KCl 20 mEq orally every 2 hours for 2 doses OR KCl 40 mEq once then recheck level Typically continue Potassium Replacement at

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  • Hospital Parenteral Nutrition Consultation and
    Hospital Parenteral Nutrition Consultation and

    Phos replacement protocol will be ordered at the initiation of TPN for all patients with the exception of dialysis patients 2 Phos in TPN will be increased per pharmacists discretion based on lab value and total Phos replaced per protocol Hyperphosphatemia 1 Pharmacist will decrease Phos in next TPN per hisher discretion

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  • Electrolytes Enteral and Intravenous Adult Inpatient
    Electrolytes Enteral and Intravenous Adult Inpatient

    If CrCl 30 mLmin and using magnesium sulfate solution Magnesium 1518 mgdL Magnesium sulfate solution 2000 mg dilute in 50 mL x 1 dose Magnesium 1114 mgdL Magnesium sulfate solution 2000 mg dilute in 50 mL every 4 hours x 3 doses 7 See Table 2

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  • Interim LSU Public Hospital ADULT ELECTROLYTE
    Interim LSU Public Hospital ADULT ELECTROLYTE

    q Replace Electrolyte per protocol MAGNESIUM Normal range 15 26 mgdl Serum magnesium level Replace with Recheck less than 08 mgdl Notify MD 1 gram Magnesium sulfate IV x 8 doses Next AM 08 11 mgdl 1 gram Magnesium sulfate IV x 6 doses Next AM

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  • Implementing and assessing an evidencebased electrolyte
    Implementing and assessing an evidencebased electrolyte

    Normal serum concentrations achieved for each electrolyte replacement dose in the order form group and control group were 72 versus 18 p0001 86 versus 21 p0001 and 47 versus 62 p057 respectively No adverse events occurred The nursing survey showed satisfaction and comfort using the order form

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  • Effects of Electrolyte Replacement Protocol Implementation
    Effects of Electrolyte Replacement Protocol Implementation

    Electrolyte replacement protocols can be safely implemented in the MICU and reduce the time from abnormal laboratory result to electrolyte replacement dose administration They can improve provider satisfaction and reduce physician time with the process of electrolyte replacement

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  • Homemade Electrolyte Replacement The Healthy Home Economist
    Homemade Electrolyte Replacement The Healthy Home Economist

    Dec 29 2019 Best Salt and Azomite as Electrolyte Source I prefer Himalayan pink salt for an electrolyte replacement because it is land sourced This type of sea salt is a lower risk for microplastic contamination and has over 80 minerals Other sea salts like Real Salt contain about 60 The azomite powder volcanic rock dust is listed as an optional ingredient to add even more electrolytes

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  • Fluids and Electrolytes UCSF Benioff Childrens Hospital
    Fluids and Electrolytes UCSF Benioff Childrens Hospital

    Fluids and Electrolytes INTRODUCTION The requirements for fluids and electrolytes of the newborn infant are unique At birth there is an excess of extracellular water ECW and this decreases over the first few days after birth Furthermore ECW at birth and insensible water loss decrease as birth weight and gestational age increase

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  • Nursing Service Guidelines General Electrolyte
    Nursing Service Guidelines General Electrolyte

    Electrolyte Infusion Guidelines at UTMC Guidelines Page 3 of 4 Vial Concentration Administration Tips 1 mL 93 mg Ca 046 mEq Ca minimize irritation Calcium chloride should not be given IM or SC because severe tissue necrosis may occur Rapid administration

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  • ELECTROLYTE REPLACEMENT ICU NURSING
    ELECTROLYTE REPLACEMENT ICU NURSING

    phosphorus starting ICU electrolyte replacement protocol PO POTASSIUM ORDERS Potassium Chloride KDur 60 mEq Po Prn potassium 25 34 mEqL If pt unable to take Po or NG Potassium Chloride give IV if ordered Hold and notify MD if SCr is 18 mgdL or if patient is

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  • Trauma and Surgical Critical Care Practice Management
    Trauma and Surgical Critical Care Practice Management

    Reviews and updates of all practice management guidelines are performed on a rolling twoyear cycle Kidney Injury grading scale reviewed Jul 2011 Liver Injury grading scale reviewed Jul 2011 Pancreas Injury grading scale reviewed Jul 2011 Spleen Injury grading scale reviewed Jul 2011 Consultation Guidelines For Trauma SubSpecialties

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