Balance Multiple Maintenance With 5 Dextrose Study

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type of solution, classification, content, mechanism of action, contraindication, how supplied, dose, ursing responsibilities



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Verwon Says:

A balanced multiple maintenance solution, given by IV, is to prevent loss of electrolytes and dehydration.

It is, sometimes, contraindicated in patients suffering from Congestive Heart Failure and severe cases of edema.


More information on why they are used and types here:

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­IV_fluids/­


If that link does not provide all the information you need, please let me know!

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ruffa may umali Says:

PLEASE BE AS DETAILED AS POSSIBLE.

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duchess Says:

balance multiple maintenance with 5 dextrose study

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PINKS Says:

INDICATION OF D5NM

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