Fluid therapy in the ER: Don't just "set it and forget it"

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Fluid therapy in the ER: Don't just "set it and forget it"

Critical care calls for constant reassessment of the patient
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May 19, 2016

When it comes to administering fluids in critical veterinary patients, if at first you DO succeed, still try and try again (i.e. reassess and adjust) since fluid levels can fluctuate, says veterinary criticalist Dr. Garret Pachtinger. Here's his advice on creating and maintaining a fluid therapy plan.