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Peg Electrolytes Solution Dosage
What would be the reason for administering 2,158.33ml of Electrolyte Solution (Plasma-Lyte/Normosol-R/Isolyte S) to a patient thru IV after surgery?
What dosage of midodrine would you give to a patient with normal heart, aldosterone and electrolytes but having a hypotension of 90/60?
My questions are: 1. What condition is being treated? POTTS? Autonomic Dysfunction? Something else? 2. What dose did your doctor indicate to you? 3. When dealing with people who have autonomic dysfunction of some sort I always respect the variability of the individual and start at 10mg. qd (or less) and titrate up very slowly. 4. Goal is to use the absolute minimum dose to get the clinical effect- no more. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Could magnesium oxide get electrolyte out of balance? Or endanger me? If not what's the best dose?
Doc prescribed me miralax (polyethylene glycol) twice a day and told me to drink with prune juice for each dose. Should he monitor my electrolytes are if it safe?
Ask your doctor!: Known to many like you, most patients with gilbert's still live a "normal" life like others. But, whatever born and built inside you would not change forever, but practicing healthy lifestyle without overindulgence and obsession will benefit every willing soul to live a better longer life. It's unnecessary to do electrolyte test if known to have normal kidney function. If in doubt, ask doctor. ...Read more
Electrolytes: An electrolyte is any substance containing free ions that make it electrically conductive. Electrolyte solutions are normally formed when a salt is placed into a solvent such as water. For example, when table salt, nacl, is placed in water, the salt (a solid) dissolves into its component elements, sodium and chloride. For more info: http://www.News-medical.Net/health/what-is-an-electrolyte.Aspx. ...Read more
Here are some...: Of course, intravenous injection is faster than oral intake, but what made you think of quick electrolyte supplement? Known to us, the body is a wonderful machine of automation to regulate fluid & electrolyte, so listen to what it may tell you. To help understand Life Reality, go to articles listed in http://formefirst.com/onLifeBasics.html. More? Contact me at wwwlhealthtap.com/dr-Lin.... ...Read more
Hard to know: If you were told you had "low electrolytes", some abnormal values were likely found on your blood chemistry. Most often the test will include sodium, potassium, chloride, bicarbonate, (sodium bicarbonate) blood urea nitrogen, creatinine, glucose, calcium, and magnesium. Electrolytes can be caused by renal dysfunction or certain meds. Recommend discussing results with the ordering MD or your primary care doctor. ...Read more
Training: Same way you do in training. Race the way you train.You should have a regular fluid intake plan throughout the event, whether training or racing.Much depends on the length of the event.Sprints, not so much. Olympics , more attention and halfs/ fulls, extreme attention. Training should include fluid /food intake at planned times. Gels, gatorade, water, banana, etc. You need to be able to digest on fly. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Here are some...: Testing electrolytes is an indirect way to check the homeostasis of body fluid and its contents; their abnormalities usually suggests their already significant derangements. So, yes, a documented electrolyte imbalance will definitely affect your body all-all functionality and endurance. More on life reality? Go to articles listed in http://formefirst.com/onLifeBasics.html. Best wish to health... ...Read more
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