Fluid and Electrolytes Disorders

Fluid and Electrolytes Disorders

Course Directors :Dr. Amit Prajapati / Dr. Bhagyesh Shah / Dr. Vipul Thakkar
Date: October 28, 2018 (Saturday)
Duration : 1 day
Number of seats : 50
Venue : CIMS Auditorium

Program Overview:

If you are a clinician working in medicine, you are likely taking care of patients with fluid and electrolyte problems on a daily basis. This course teaches you the nuts and bolts of fluid and electrolyte management. You’ll discover what it really means when sodium , potassium and other electrolytes levels are abnormal, learn how to diagnose and treat imbalances.

Program Highlights:

  • Overview of renal physiology
  • General principles of fluid therapy
  • Current key updates on fluid therapy by intensivists
  • Types of crystalloids
  • Colloids vs crystalloids – pros and cons
  • Fluid management in surgical patient – general surgery, high risk surgery, transplant patient
  • Fluid resuscitation in sepsis: a systematic review and network meta-analysis
  • Case-based discussion of fluid management in different scenario
  • Hypo-and hypernatremia – A nephrologist’s perspectives
    • Diagnsotic approach
    • Treatment approach
  • Evidence-based approach to management of hypo- and hyperkalemia
  • Disorders of calcium, phosphate & magnesium
  • Pearls & secrets in dyselectrolytemia
  • Management of approach for DKA & HHS
  • Mixed & complex acid-based disorders
  • Physiochemical approach to acid-based disorders in ICU

Registration Fees:  500/- (Non Refundable)
Spot Registration Fees :1,000/- (Non Refundable)

 Certificate of attendance will be given at the end of the Course