NUR2349 Pine Technical College Electrolyte Disturbances Paper

Comparison of Fluid Deficit and Fluid Overload

Fluid Deficit

Fluid Overload

Definition

Causes/Risk Factors

Clinical Manifestations (including laboratory data)

Collaborative Management (Interventions)

Interpret the following Arterial Blood Gases

1. pH 7.33 PaCO2 60 HCO3 34

A. Normal ABG values

B. Respiratory acidosis without compensation

C. Respiratory acidosis with partial compensation

D. Respiratory acidosis with full compensation

2. pH 7.48 PaCO2 42 HCO3 30

A. Metabolic acidosis without compensation

B. Respiratory alkalosis with partial compensation

C. Respiratory alkalosis with full compensation

D. Metabolic alkalosis without compensation

3. pH 7.38 PaCO2 38 HCO3 24

A. Respiratory alkalosis

B. Normal

C. Metabolic Alkalosis

D. None of the above

4. pH 7.21 PaCO2 60 HCO3 24

A. Normal

B. Respiratory acidosis without compensation

C. Metabolic acidosis with partial compensation

D. Respiratory acidosis with complete compensation

5. pH 7.48 PaCO2 28 HCO3 20

A. Respiratory alkalosis with partial compensation

B. Respiratory alkalosis with complete compensation

C. Metabolic alkalosis without compensation

D. Metabolic alkalosis with complete compensation

Scoring Rubric: Fluid Balance and ABG

Criteria

Points

Defines the exemplar.

1

Identify Risk Factors for the exemplars.

1

List Clinical Manifestations that may be observed including laboratory data.

1

Identify nursing and medical interventions that may be used to treat the exemplar, Include medications.

1

Completes ABG Exercise.

1

Total

5