Mohamed Ahmed Eltoum, Consultant Physician and Nephrologist, UK

World Association for Sustainable Development WASD 2017
ISBN: 978-1-907106-88-0
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This book is an important contribution to a subject that is less well taught, the management of Intravenous Fluids, Electrolytes Disorders and acute kidney injury (AKI) in Adults. The objective of the book is to promote quality in patients’ care, particularly in the ’developing’ countries where access to resources is limited. The notes are meant to provide information to aid trainees and general clinicians caring for adult patients. The stepwise structure given in the clinical management flowcharts is to ensure simplification and consistency in clinical decision-making. The practical exercises are basic, to consolidate important clinical themes.

Table of Contents

Title page
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Intravenous Fluid Therapy in Adults
Chapter 3: Management of Hyponatraemia
Chapter 4: Management of Hypernatraemia
Chapter 5: Management of Hypokalaemia
Chapter 6: Management of Hyperkalaemia
Chapter 7: Management of Hypocalcaemia
Chapter 8: Management of Hypercalcaemia
Chapter 9: Management of Hypomagnesaemia
Chapter 10: Management of Hypophosphataemia
Chapter 11: Management of Acute Kidney Injury
Appendix A. Observation Chart and the NEWS Concept
Appendix B. A Simplified Fluid Prescription Chart
Appendix C. Check list for Fluid Prescription

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About the authors

Mohamed Ahmed Eltoum, Consultant Physician and Nephrologist, UK
Born in the Sudan, graduated in medicine at the University of Khartoum in 1983. Started his medical practice in the Sudan and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia before moving to the UK, to complete specialisation in Medicine. He was awarded the MRCP (Ireland), and the MRCP (UK), in addition to MSc in Nephology and Education from the University of Brighton. Dr. Eltoum then completed the UK higher specialist medical training and granted the certificate (CCT), dual accreditation in Medicine and Nephrology. His involvement in managing patients in nephrology and general medicine has uncovered the immense need for succinct notes to advise management of fluid and electrolyte disorders.

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