Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support Questions on resuscitation
A 40-year-old man with peptic ulcer disease reports vomiting, nausea, dry mucous membranes, and abdominal pain for the last 2 days. His BP is 92/64 and pulse is 120. His laboratory results show a serum sodium level of 125 mEq/L, urine sodium level of 5 mEq/L, and measured serum osmolality of 270 mOsm/L.
Pathophysiology, diagnostic tests & nursing management.
Guillain-Barré syndrome is an autoimmune attack on the peripheral nerve myelin. The result is acute, rapid segmental demyelination of peripheral nerves and some cranial nerves, producing ascending weakness with dyskinesia (inability to execute voluntary movements), hyporeﬂexia, and paresthesias(numbness).
Complications of viral pneumonia