Q: Hypokalemia results in each of the following: Muscle weakness, Ileus, [...], Increased arrthythmia in Dig patient
A: Dig toxicity
Q: Treatment of hypercalcemia includes each of the following: Hydration, Potassium, Saline, [...]
Q: Hypotonic dehydration is charcterized by each of the following: loss of sodium in excess of water, serum sodium is low, [...], fluid space losses, vomiting, adrenocortical insufficiency
A: diuretic excess
Q: Calcium and bicarb antagonize potassium in the myocardium, thus lowering the membrane potential and reducing the risk of [...]
A: ventricuar arrhythmias
Q: The most common cause of [...] is Loop diuretics.
Q: In salicylate poisoning, [...] represents mild intoxication.
Q: Neuromuscular manifestations of hypercalcemia include the following: weakness, hyporeflexia, hypotonia, apathy,lethargy, stupor, coma, [...], depression
Q: Proximal RTA = [...] wasting
Q: Why is potassium used to tx Cl- unresponsive metabolic alkalosis?
A: The depletion of K+ promotes hydrogen ion excretion aggravating the metabolic alkalosis.
Q: Cardiovascular manifestations of hypocalcemia include the following: HTN, CHF, dysrhythmias, [...] intervals
A: prolonged QT