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Fluid therapy: Choosing the best solution for each patient
Which intravenous solution is best in a patient with metabolic acidosis and a low sodium concentration? In a patient experiencing hypercoagulability and thrombosis? This emergency clinician helps you select the right fluid for each patient and discusses an efficient way to help hypoalbuminemic patients.


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