Medications for Fluid and Electrolyte Imbalances (Nursing)

Medications for Fluid and Electrolyte Imbalances (Nursing)

by Rhonda Lawes

Risk and Benefits of Fluids and Electrolytes

After a short recap of your theoretical knowledge about fluids and electrolytes in the human body, you will learn more about IV fluids and isotonic, hypotonic, and hypertonic solutions as well as tonicity. Armed with this knowledge, you can safely evaluate your patients fluid status and determine the impact of fluid volume movement based on the IV you are infusing.

A walkthrough of an NCLEX exam level question will strengthen your knowledge. Besides high-quality video lectures, you will get access to quiz questions and download material. Start learning today!

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Course Details

  • Videos 20
  • Duration 1:34 h
  • Quiz questions 52
  • Articles 0


Your Educators of course Medications for Fluid and Electrolyte Imbalances (Nursing)

 Rhonda Lawes

Rhonda Lawes

Rhonda Lawes is a Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) and Assistant Professor at the University of Oklahoma. She worked as a nurse manager at the Saint Francis Hospital and the Broken Arrow Medical Center. She has completed her Ph.D. in Educational Psychology at Oklahoma State University.

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By Jorge E. on 08. September 2020 for Medications for Fluid and Electrolyte Imbalances (Nursing)

It’s to repetitive and the content is quite basic for a medical student and there is not a course of fluids for med students in the platform.

takes the time to repeat and explain and keeps presentation interesting
By Donnelle W. on 24. June 2020 for Intravenous (IV) Fluids, Intravenous (IV) Solutions and Tonicity (Nursing)

good visual slides, good summary slides, repeats information in different ways for understanding and good presentation for memory aid (fluid in inappropriate places).

clear & concise
By chikita b. on 11. June 2020 for Mannitol (Nursing)

Clear and concise ! I really liked it. Thank you very much.

By Rama t. on 05. May 2020 for Case Study: 83-year-old Male on Digoxin and Furosemide (Nursing)

Great case, and good way of explaining things. Very good