Avoid inappropriate fluid therapy
1 in 5 patients may suffer complications or morbidity due to inappropriate administration of IV fluids.1
Until IV fluid therapy is correctly managed, optimal outcomes may not be achieved. The amount and type of IV fluid must be considered before administration.1,2,3 Clinicians need real-time, precise physiologic data to assist well-informed choices about whether fluid is the right intervention and, if so, what type and how much is appropriate to support the patient's pathway to recovery.
Baxter offers a range of fluid management products designed to help providers improve outcomes by making evidence-based, personalized fluid decisions.
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1. National Institute for Health and Care Excellence. Intravenous fluid therapy in adults in hospital. NICE Clinical guideline 174, 2013.
2. Nursing Times. NICE guidance on giving intravenous fluids. January 2014.
3. Malbrain MLNG, Langer T, Annane D, Gattinoni L, Elbers P, Hahn RG, De Laet I, Minini A, Wong A, Ince C, Muckart D, Mythen M, Caironi P, Van Regenmortel N. Intravenous fluid therapy in the perioperative and critical care setting: Executive summary of the International Fluid Academy (IFA).
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