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decreased BUN in
liver disease, fluid overload, malnutrition / malabsorption, early pregnancy, nephrotic syndrome
EKG changes that correspond to K changes
hypoK - prolonged PR, depressed ST, prominent U, hyperK - wide qrs, peaked T
anion gap calculation
AG= Na - Cl +CO2 (represents unmeasured anions, i.e. sulfate, phosphate, protein, organic acids not routinely measured)
sx of hypocalcemia
tetany, Chvostk's sign, trousseau's sign, muscle cramps, seizures, dysrythmias, prolonged QT
indications of diabetes
fasting BS >126 on more than one occasion or random >200 once with clinical symptoms, GT testing >200 at 2 hours
Glucose tolerance test
not used in screening test - used in high risk individuals who are already suspected of having diabetes
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