Pre-RN (Votes: 73)
RN - need BSN (Votes: 30)
BSN - Pre-SRNA (Votes: 411)
SRNA - (first year) - 'junior' (Votes: 183)
SRNA - (second year) - 'senior' (Votes: 85)
CRNA - ACT (Votes: 87)
CRNA - independent (Votes: 38)
CRNA - other? (Votes: 14)
Fascinating guy. I took a block course many years ago where he was one of the main presenters. ...
C. FENa of greater than 1% indicates that the kidney tissue *itself* is damaged although the kidney is still putting out urine.
A 70-year-old woman underwent an open AAA repair 3 days ago. She has had rising creatinine over the past two days, which has now reached 3.2 mg/dL, but
The answer is C!
Acute tubular necrosis (ATN) is a common etiology of acute renal failure and may be result from renal ischemia secondary
Post it if you find it. I don't have. problem letting the co2 creep up - for LMA cases with the patient breathing, I don't mind the 60s and I don't
I actually just read a very interesting paper about anesthesia dogma. I will try to find it. It gave several compelling reasons to run the CO2 higher