Martha R Sewall

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PURPOSE Fluid overload (FO) in critically ill patients remains a challenging clinical dilemma, and many continuous intravenous (IV) medications in the US are being delivered as a dilute solution, adding significantly to a patient's daily intake. This study describes the costs and outcomes of FO in patients receiving multiple continuous infusions. (More)
The metabolism and disposition of ortho-benzyl-para-chlorophenol (BCP) has been investigated in the male rat following an oral dose of 69 mg/kg or 206 mg/kg. BCP was rapidly eliminated at both dose levels with 45-49% of the dose appearing in the urine and 44-49% in the feces during the 5-d period after dosing. After 5 d only 0.28-0.3% of the dose remained(More)
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