Monthly Archives: April 2014

Catheter related atrial thrombus

Dialysis vs Bicarbonate Therapy For Lactic Acidosis

In the world of critical care medicine sepsis with subsequent Type A Lactic Acidosis (fig 1.) is a common occurrence. And of course the question of should the patient be dialysis for acidosis (the A in AEIOU for emergent dialysis

Differential Diagnosis of AKI in Liver Disease

I recently received a consult for a liver patient with Hep B and Hep C with cirrhosis that developed worsening ascites and oliguric AKI I ask the resident if the usual initial evaluation was done and she was unaware of



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