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interventions for hypokalemia


Intervention in the preoperative results of asymptomatic hypokalemia no comment text Liucai Hui Central Hospital of Huizhou, Guangdong Li Xuemei and Inspection Center, 516001 TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE "," 2010, Vol 29 10 Abstract: Objective: To investigate the blood of preoperative asymptomatic hypokalemia disease intervention. Methods: 5278 cases of elective surgery patients, diagnosed 453 cases of hypokalemia, including 58 cases of asymptomatic hypokalemia, according to intervention were divided into: the observation group 2658 cases, 1984 cases of hypokalemia, including asymptomatic low K hyperlipidemia in 20 cases; the control group 2620 cases, 255 cases of hypokalemia. Of which 38 cases of asymptomatic hypokalemia, compare the two groups after the intervention of asymptomatic patients with hypokalemia and the incidence of hypokalemia, the average discovery time, the average time for elective surgery. Results: The incidence of hypokalemia group 7.44%, significantly lower than control group 9.73% (x2 =- 5.89, P <0.05); study group the incidence of asymptomatic hypokalemia rate of 0.75%, significantly lower than control group 1.45% (x2 = 5.78, P
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Objective: To evaluate preoperative interventions asymptomatic hypokalemia. Methods: 5278 cases of elective surgery patients, diagnosed 453 cases of hypokalemia, including 58 cases of asymptomatic hypokalemia, according to intervention were divided into: now group of 2658 cases observed, 198 cases of hypokalemia, including 20 cases of asymptomatic hypokalemia; control group 2620 cases, 255 cases of hypokalemia, including 38 cases of asymptomatic hypokalemia, compare the two different intervention Meta patients symptoms of hypokalemia incidence of hypokalemia, the average discovery time, the average time for elective surgery. Results: The incidence of hypokalemia group 7.44%, significantly lower than control group 9.73% (χ2 = 5.89, P <0.05); study group the incidence of asymptomatic hypokalemia 0.75%, significantly lower than control group 1.45% (χ2 = 5.78, P <0.05); observation group the average preoperative hypokalemia found in asymptomatic
time, the average time for elective surgery was significantly shorter in the control group (t = 3.52, t = 3.33, P all <0.01). Conclusion: Preoperative asymptomatic hypokalemia intervention, can reduce the incidence of postoperative hypokalemia. of: Li Xuemei Liu Caihui Author: Central Hospital of Huizhou, Guangdong Inspection Center, 516001 Title: Inner Mongolia Medical English title: INNER MONGOLIA JOURNAL OF TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE, the volume (of): 2010 29 (10) Classification: R591.1 Key words: hypokalemia Standard Classification of preoperative intervention Machine: TM6 R73 machine standard Key words: asymptomatic hypokalemia results of the time control group, the incidence of surgical intervention in patients with hypokalemia surgical prognosis after diagnosis Fund : DOI: References (8) Liuxing Min. Dieffenbacher king. Lan-. LIU. Lujiang Qin Perioperative erythrocyte potassium concentration in Clinical Research 2000 (4) Jinlong Yu. Liu Jianxin. Huang Bei. Leslie,. Huhuai Dong CPB hypokalemia potassium highly concentrated intravenous therapy 2003 (5) Cui Ziyue potassium before and after abdominal surgery and its clinical significance in 2002 (7) Ho Yuan. Xiao Hongbing patients before and after surgery in 47 cases and its clinical significance of serum potassium in 2009 (2 ) single water yang. Jintao 24h gastrointestinal cancer patients the clinical significance of dynamic monitoring of serum potassium in 2002 (8) Huang Haibin. Xuxiang Ning serum potassium concentration before and after surgery the dynamic observation of 2001 (3) Zhang Zongwang. Tangqi Peng. Zhang massive loss of blood transfusion during surgery protein in the blood after infusion, biochemical and blood gas changes in 2000 (6) Rao Xianghong. Liaowei Chun diagnosis and treatment of hypokalemic paralysis of 2005 (2)
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Preoperative optimization process asymptomatic hypokalemia intervention impact on elective surgery Published :2004-10-25 Source: Site Title】 【finishing asymptomatic hypokalemia in optimizing preoperative intervention process for selective operation of the impact of 【 】 Lu Zhen Guan Yang Li Shen Xu Hui Zhongyan】 【institutions Huzhou Central Hospital, Surgery, Zhejiang, Huzhou, 313000 Huzhou Teachers College of Medicine, Nursing Department, Zhejiang, Huzhou, 313000 Huzhou Central Hospital, Surgery, Zhejiang, Huzhou, Huzhou 313000, China Central Hospital, Surgery, Zhejiang, Huzhou, 313000, China 【Title】 "Liberation Army Nursing" 2009 10 11-13 Key words surgical intervention for symptoms of hypokalemia 【Abstract】 Objective To investigate the process of optimization of preoperative Symptoms of hypokalemia intervention process time of elective surgery. Methods historical control method were divided into two groups to observe the intervention group for the three four-step process, three or prevention of pre-hospital, hospital monitoring period correct the imbalance of; four steps that blood - give blood - test - query (with the Hospital Information System). the control group for the two four-step intervention process, the second phase
of the hospital to monitor and correct imbalances of; four steps that blood - to send the blood - test - inquiry (with call features). Comparative analysis of two groups of patients with asymptomatic hypokalemia incidence of hypokalemia, the average discovery time, the average time for elective surgery. The results were compared between two groups of low The incidence of hyperlipidemia K, the observation group were significantly lower than the control group (P <0.01); compared two groups of asymptomatic patients with hypokalemia, the average discovery time and average time for elective surgery, observation group was significantly shorter than the control group (P < 0.01). more from the entire hospital began before the effective optimization of the intervention process asymptomatic hypokalemia, can patients early prevention, early detection, early treatment, to create conditions for early surgery. 【Download】 Click here to download ChemDrug Copyright ID: 03708435148304515722
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