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I get nervous when I need to dialyze someone who is severely hyponatremic. Dialysis has the power to change the sodium concentration very fast. Patients with chronic, compensated hyponatremia need their sodium corrected slowly. Experts recommend increasing the sodium by less than 12 mEq/L/day and to actually undertarget only 6 mEq/L/day to give you some […]
The first time PBFluids was referenced in the medical literature was in Matt Sparks’ article on nephrology internet resources. Today I received an e-mail from Tom Oates. Apparently, when he is not researching the unique genetic predisposition of the WKY rat to crescentic glomerulonephritis he is an avid reader of both Hemodialysis International and PBFluids. He sent me this […]
One of the best stories about Steve Jobs was his tirade is response to the MobileMe disaster. He gathered the MobileMe team together and asked, “Can anyone tell me what MobileMe is supposed to do?”Having received a satisfactory answer, he continues,“So why the f*** doesn’t it do that?” He then picked another executive to run […]
For the past few years I have had the honor of giving the July 1st morning lecture for the internal medicine residents at St John Hospital and Medical Center. Unfortunately, July 1st was a Sunday and Monday mornings are dedicated to a formal sign out rounds in our division. So July 3rd was my first […]