Hyperkalamia Management and Hyperkalamia Treatment Guidelines

Hyperkalamia Management and Hyperkalamia Treatment Guidelines The normal potassium level in the blood is 3.5-5.0 milliequivalents per liter (mEq/L). Hyperkalaemia is classified as a raised serum potassium level: Mild: K+ –   = 5.5 – 5.9mmol/L Moderate: K+   = 6.0 – 6.4mmol/L Severe: K+    ≥ 6.5mmol/L or if ECG changes or symptoms present   HYPERKALAMIA MANAGEMENT…

[PG notes] What is Hepatorenal Syndrome and Its Diagnosis criteria- Major and Additional

Hepatorenal Syndrome and Its Diagnosis Criteria – Major and Additional Hepatorenal Syndrome is defined as a state of functional renal failure (Reduced GFR) in patients with severe liver disease. Structurally/Histologically the kidneys are normal and recover function after successful liver transplantation.[MCQ] Pathogenetic hallmark of hepatorenal syndrome is intense renal vasoconstriction with systemic vasodilation. The diagnosis of hepatorenal syndrome…