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Intravenous Fluids

Intravenous Fluids

Intravenous Fluids

Andrew Toner and Paul Quinton
Andrew Toner and Paul Quinton
on behalf of Health Education England

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$12.88 $ 12.88 $ 12.88

$ 12.88 $ 12.88 $ 12.88
$ 12.88 $ 12.88 $ 12.88
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Launch date: 17 May 2018
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Last updated: 03 Dec 2018

Reference: 189209

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Latest User Comments

Ms MARY WANJIKU BScN (30 Aug 2018)
Quite informative with an insightful self assessment test
Mr ERICK MWANGA BSc (21 Aug 2018)
Very informative
Mr DANIEL OMOLO BScN (KRCHN) (1 Nov 2018)
The course provides good insights on intravenous therapy

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Course Availability

This course is only available to trainees days after purchase. It would need to be repurchased by the trainee if not completed in the allotted time period. This course is no longer available. You will need to repurchase if you wish to take the course again.

Description

This session describes the use of crystalloids and colloids for acute fluid resuscitation.

Objectives

By the end of this session you will be able to:
• Describe the rational use of intravenous fluids for plasma volume expansion
• Explain the physiology of fluid distribution
• Compare crystalloids and colloids as plasma volume expanders
• Choose an appropriate fluid type based on available evidence, cost and side-effects
• Explain how to give a safe, dynamically-assessed fluid challenge
Andrew Toner and Paul Quinton

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Andrew Toner and Paul Quinton
on behalf of Health Education England

Andrew Toner -
Anaesthetic Research Fellow, St George's Hospital, London
Andy is a specialist trainee in anaesthesia with an interest in improving outcomes after high-risk surgery. After qualifying from Oxford Medical School in 2003, he completed his house jobs and then spent a year ‘down under’ experiencing life outside of the NHS (mainly on the beach).
On his return, he joined the training programme at St. George’s Hospital and is currently working as a research fellow exploring the mechanisms of postoperative complications. On this project he has helped to refine the key concepts that are relevant to current clinical practice and has examined the relevant evidence in the fluid resuscitation literature.


Paul Quinton -
Consultant Anaesthetist and Intensivist, St Georges Healthcare NHS Trust, London
Paul is a Consultant Anaesthetist with a special interest in cardiothoracic anaesthesia. He is particularly interested in perioperative echocardiography and cardiothoracic intensive care.
He is the Regional Advisor for South West Thames and Head of School for St George’s School of Anaesthesia and has a keen interest in education and training, hence his involvement in the eLA project as a content author.

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User Reviews (3)

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Ms MARY WANJIKU BScN (30 Aug 2018)
Quite informative with an insightful self assessment test
Mr ERICK MWANGA BSc (21 Aug 2018)
Very informative
Mr DANIEL OMOLO BScN (KRCHN) (1 Nov 2018)
The course provides good insights on intravenous therapy

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