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076.1-Online: Understanding Electrolytes – Clinical Significance and Analysis, 2nd Edition

$60.00

Contact Hours (Points): 5

This reviewed course describes the function of sodium, potassium, chloride, bicarbonate, and magnesium in the body. Upon completion the participant will be able to describe how each electrolyte is regulated, explain the causes and clinical significance of abnormal levels, and understand the usefulness of urine electrolyte levels, the anion gap, and osmolality testing. Common methods used to measure each electrolyte and osmolality will be presented. Please note that the exam to this course was not changed when the course was revised in 2004. This course was updated in 2014.

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Understanding Electrolytes: Clinical Significance and Analysis, 2nd Edition

Self-Study 076.1 – Basic Level

Contact Hours (Points): 5

Written by Joan Polancic MSEd, MLS(ASCP)CM

Published 2000. Revised 2004. Reviewed 2007. Updated 2010, 2014.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

SECTION I: WATER

Water and Solutions; Water Balance and Regulation; Osmolality

SECTION II: ELECTROLYTES

Sodium (Na+); Potassium (K+); Chloride (Cl-); Bicarbonate (HCO3-)/Total Carbon Dioxide (CO2); Magnesium (Mg+2)

SECTION III: ANION GAP

SECTION IV: OSMOLALITY

SECTION V: SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS AND METHODS FOR ANALYSIS OF ELECTROLYTES AND OSMOLALITY

Common Clinical Methods for Electrolytes & Osmolality; Sodium, Potassium, and Chloride; Carbon Dioxide/Bicarbonate; Magnesium; Osmometry

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