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A 45-year-old woman with Sjögren’s syndrome presents with a two-week history of weakness. Her only medication is low dose prednisone
The dehydrated patient with more than 9% loss of total body water will demonstrate:
What is the predicted intravascular volume of a 70 kg male patient following administration of 1 liter of normal strength saline?
Renal water loss due to gestational diabetes insipidus is associated with all of the following, except:
Which of the following causes potassium shift out of cells?
Complications of Kayexalate therapy include all of the following, except:
Which of the following is not recommended to treat hyperkalemia in the absence of metabolic acidosis?
Hypokalemia associated with renin loss of potassium is associated with all of the following, except:
A 63-year-old man is admitted to the hospital for confusion attributed to hepatic encephalopathy. You are asked to see him for evaluation of a low bicarbonate. Physical exam reveal
All of the following are features of SIADH, except:
Causes of an increased anion gap acidosis include all of the following, except:
Which of the following cause a decrease in renin release?
Which of the following is an example of hypertonic hyponatremia?
Treatment of complete or partial neurogenic diabetes insipidus includes all of the following, except:
Hyponatremia supervenes when:
Patients at risk for osmotic demyelination syndrome include all of the following, except:
Translocational hyponatremia is caused by all of the following, except:
An elderly man enters the emergency room semi-comatose. Electrolytes show a sodium of 142, potassium 5.4, chloride 94, HCO3 of 12; pH 7.21, PO2 (PCO2?) of 30, PO2 of 90; urine elec
The toxic metabolite of methanol intoxication is:
All of the following about ethylene glycol toxicity are true, except:
The following are causes of hypernatremia, except:
A 28-year-old woman is brought to the emergency room because of a two week history of progressive, generalized weakness. Blood pressure is 120/75
Typical electrocardiographic features of hyperkalemia with a serum potassium of 5.5 to 6.5 include:
A 59-year-old man admitted with a small bowel obstruction, receives IV fluids and nasogastric suction for three days. Abdominal pain and distention worsen. He is taken to surgery f

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