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Management of hyponatremia, electrolyte disorders and hypoalbuminemia in patients with liver disease

The common disorders of electrolyte and acid-base metabolism detected in patients with liver diseases are hyponatremia, hypokalemia, hypoalbuminemia, respiratory alkalosis, and metabolic acidosis, al...

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Sepsis and septic shock in patients with liver disease

Patients with chronic liver disease are at higher risks of developing sepsis, multiple organ failure (MOF), and sepsis-induced death. Also, in patients with liver disease, the risk of morbidity is muc...

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Management of COVID 19 cases in ICU

The COVID-19 pandemic is posing a great pressure on critical care resources due to large number of patients needing critical care. It is important to emphasise on the of standard of care measures in t...

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Fluid management with burns

Severe fluid loss is the greatest problem encountered following burn injuries. Effective fluid resuscitation is one of the cornerstones of modern burn treatment to improve the status of these patient...

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