Acid-Base Homeostasis: Overview for Infusion Nurses
Acid-base homeostasis is essential to normal function of the human body. Even slight alterations can significantly alter physiologic processes at the tissue and cellular levels. To optimally care for patients, nurses must be able to recognize signs and symptoms that indicate deviations from normal. Nurses who provide infusions to patients—whether in acute care, home care, or infusion center settings—have a responsibility to be able to recognize the laboratory value changes that occur with the imbalance and appreciate the treatment options, including intravenous infusions.
Masco, Natalie A. (2016). "Acid-Base Homeostasis: Overview for Infusion Nurses." Journal of Infusion Nursing 39.5, 288-295.
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