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Intravenous fluid therapy: Managing Critically ill patients in ICU

Intravenous fluid therapy is one of the most significant and common interventions in acutely and critically ill patients. The main indications are resuscitation, replacement and maintenance. The administration of Crystalloid fluids or Intravenous fluid therapy is mostly used as first-line therapy in most of the life threatening conditions like sepsis, cirrhosis or infections.

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HoD and Sr Consultant Dept of Critical Care & Anaesthesiology Apollo Hospitals, Healtcity, Visakhapatnam

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Intravenous fluid therapy is one of the most significant and common interventions in acutely and critically ill patients. The main indications are resuscitation, replacement and maintenance. The administration of Crystalloid fluids or Intravenous fluid therapy is mostly used as first-line therapy in most of the life threatening conditions like sepsis, cirrhosis or infections.

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Intravenous fluid therapy is one of the most significant and common interventions in acutely and critically ill patients. The main indications are resuscitation, replacement and maintenance. The administration of Crystalloid fluids or Intravenous fluid therapy is mostly used as first-line therapy in most of the life threatening conditions like sepsis, cirrhosis or infections.

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Intravenous fluid therapy is one of the most significant and common interventions in acutely and critically ill patients. The main indications are resuscitation, replacement and maintenance. The administration of Crystalloid fluids or Intravenous fluid therapy is mostly used as first-line therapy in most of the life threatening conditions like sepsis, cirrhosis or infections.