Nursing assessment of fluid balance requires close monitoring and recording of a patient’s fluid intake and output.
Nursing assessment of fluid balance is vital in determining fluid status and electrolyte balance. Measures can be taken to intervene to correct an imbalance either through fluid therapy, if there is a deficit, or diuretics in the case of fluid overload.
It is a nurse’s responsibility to ensure that patients are assessed on a continual basis to ensure that their hydration needs are met. Fluid imbalance can arise from a number of causes and can have detrimental effects on body function. Nurses, therefore, need to have a sound understanding of pathophysiological principles of hypovolaemia, normovolemia, hypervolaemia and fluid shifting.
A working knowledge of the different fluid types is also essential to avoid potential complications and adverse reactions. It is also important to note that all patients receiving IV therapy, through a peripheral IV site, are at risk of developing associated complications. This highlights the need for nurses to regularly assess IV sites to ensure early detection and management of problems.
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Fluid and electrolyte imbalances includes imbalances of the 6 electrolytes:
- Potassium: Hyperkalemia & Hypokalemia
- Sodium: Hypernatremia & Hyponatremia
- Calcium: Hypercalcemia & Hypocalcemia
- Magnesium: Hypermagnesemia & Hypomagnesemia
- Chloride: Hyperchloremia & Hypochloremia
- Phosphate: Hyperphosphatemia & Hypophosphatemia
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