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Welcome to Journal club 0.9% saline versus Plasma-Lyte as initial fluid in children with diabetic ketoacidosis (SPinK trial): Post Activity Assessment
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- Diabetic ketoacidosis in children can manifest with any of the following except:
- Which of the following is true regarding the normal saline and Plasma-lyte ?
- This study shows that:
- A 20 kg patient admitted to the pediatric intensive care unit with polyuria, polydipsia, fatigue, and weight loss of 3 kgs during last week. His blood test reveals blood glucose of 270 mg/dl, venous PH of 7, serum bicarbonate of 13 mEq/l, sodium 130 mmol/l, chloride 98 mmol/l, phosphorus 0.5 mmol/l, potassium 3.8 mEq/l, and blood test shows ketone, as part of the management, what insulin and fluid to give this patient?