How to Manage Potassium for Kidney Patients – Is Your Potassium Too…

In this video how to tell if your potassium is too high or too low how to manage potassium levels and how to use potassium to balance sodium levels And I’m super excited to present you this video because really a lot of people are asking me hey Katherine am I getting too much potassium […]

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Explanatory video: How does Dialysis work?

A master of multi-tasking inside the human body? And there are two of them? Oh – I know! It’s the kidneys! For human beings, they’re essential to survival. In fact, the kidneys are small biological marvels. They produce urine, thereby removing excess water and toxins, produce hormones, regulate mineral levels and blood pressure, make Vitamin […]

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Creatinine (10 minute breakdown BUN Creatinine Ratio, GFR)

Hey guys! Jon here with NRSNG.com and NursingStudentBooks.com. Thank you so much for visiting; for checking out this video. Today, I wanna talk about Creatinine. Okay, on the recent video we just covered what BUN was. Today, we re gonna cover basically what Creatinine is. If you had the chance to watch that BUN video, […]

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Acute Kidney Injury / Acute Renal Failure Explained Clearly – BUN Creatinine Ratio

okay so welcome to another MedCram lecture we’re going to talk about acute renal failure and for that I’m going to sort of bring up our chem-7 again we talked about this before you remember you’ll see this a lot its standard we have sodium you’ve got potassium you’ve got chloride you’ve got the bicarb […]

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