Therapy Education

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Preventing Hypophosphatemia and Improving Patient Outcomes in CRRT

Dr. Melissa Thompson-Bastin discusses managing phosphate levels and preventing hypophosphatemia in CRRT, as well as how and when to implement Baxter's renal replacement solutions.

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Phosphate: The Forgotten Electrolyte

The kidneys' most important function is the regulation of electrolytes, one of which is phosphorous. Greater than 60% of patients will present with hyperphosphatemia with acute renal failure. Pam Waters discusses how you can help critically ill patients with CRRT therapy.

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CRRT: Pre and Post Replacement Solutions - A Guide to Understanding

Pam Waters, RN, explains the uses and benefits of CRRT replacement solutions, and the differences between pre- and post-replacement solutions.

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Managing Patient Temperature During CRRT

Tena Griffin, DNP, CRNP discusses managing patient blood return temperature including current study data and Baxter's recommendations

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TMP and Filter Pressure Drop

Kathy Worthington, MSN, RN discusses factors affecting circuit life, CRRT hemodynamics and troubleshooting tips.

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Fluid Balance in the Critically Ill Patient

Tena will discuss the importance of optimizing patient fluid balance and managing fluid overload in patients with septic shock and acute decompensated heart failure.

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CRRT in the Era of Drug Shortages

Stephanie Chamberland, RN explains the differences in compounded bags versus commercially available premixed solutions and what can be done to avoid the issues related to drug shortages

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