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Sanjay Pandya Fluid Therapy Pdf Free Download
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Contents in Sanjay Pandya Fluid Therapy Pdf

This pdf book, There are a total of 12 chapters. The Topic names are the followings:

  1. Basic Physiology
  2. Principles of Fluid Therapy and Pharmacology of I.V. Fluids
  3. Fluid and Electrolyte Disorders
  4. Fluid Therapy in Medical Disorders
  5. Fluid Therapy in Diabetes Mellitus
  6. Fluid Therapy in Renal Diseases
  7. Approach and Management of Acid-Base Disorders
  8. Fluid Therapy in Children
  9. Fluid Therapy in Surgical Patients
  10. Fluid Therapy in Special Surgical Disorders
  11. Evaluation and Prescribing Fluid Therapy
  12. Parenteral Nutrition Therapy

Important Questions about Fluid Therapy

Q. : Which of the following is a sign of fluid overload in a patient receiving intravenous fluids?
A) Hypotension
B) Decreased urine output
C) Dry mucous membranes
D) Peripheral edema
Ans. : D) Peripheral edema

Q. : Which crystalloid fluid is considered more physiologically balanced and can be used in patients with metabolic acidosis?
A) 0.9% NaCl (Normal saline)
B) Lactated Ringer’s solution
C) 5% Dextrose in water (D5W)
D) 3% NaCl (Hypertonic saline)
Ans. : B) Lactated Ringer’s solution

Q. : What is the primary electrolyte in the intracellular fluid compartment that needs careful monitoring during fluid therapy?
A) Sodium (Na+)
B) Potassium (K+)
C) Calcium (Ca2+)
D) Magnesium (Mg2+)
Ans. : B) Potassium (K+)

Q. : Which type of fluid is most suitable for replacing ongoing fluid losses in a patient with diarrhea?
A) 0.9% NaCl (Normal saline)
B) Lactated Ringer’s solution
C) 5% Dextrose in water (D5W)
D) Oral rehydration solution (ORS)
Ans. : D) Oral rehydration solution (ORS)

Q. : In patients with traumatic brain injury (TBI), which fluid management strategy is commonly used to reduce intracranial pressure?
A) Aggressive fluid resuscitation
B) Maintenance fluid therapy only
C) Colloid-based resuscitation
D) Strict fluid restriction
Ans. : D) Strict fluid restriction

Q. : Which of the following is a potential complication of rapid intravenous infusion of cold fluids?
A) Hyperthermia
B) Hypothermia
C) Hypoglycemia
D) Hyperglycemia
Ans. : B) Hypothermia

Q. : Which category of fluids is generally preferred for perioperative maintenance to minimize the risk of tissue edema?
A) Crystalloids
B) Colloids
C) Blood products
D) Hypertonic solutions
Ans. : A) Crystalloids

Q. : What is the recommended rate of fluid replacement for a patient in hemorrhagic shock prior to definitive treatment?
A) 1-2 mL/kg/hour
B) 3-5 mL/kg/hour
C) 6-8 mL/kg/hour
D) 10-15 mL/kg/hour
Ans. : B) 3-5 mL/kg/hour

Book Details

Book NamePractical Guidelines on Fluid Therapy
Author NameDr. Sanjay Pandya
Pdf LanguageEnglish
Pdf Size28.2 MB
Total Pages395
Book details

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