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Is there a more specifc question I can answer? I don't have the strength to type 10 minutes worth of presentation....................
I'll take a stab just for fun. I have never dealt with this issue in life or nursing.
Remember think outside the box. This is what critical thinking is. Think about what is happening in the body. Mass cellular distruction. What happens when you destroy massive amounts of cells in the body. (Sound maybe like something more familiar, maybe burns?) You release K and Mg What is the consequence of this? (cardiac, lyte imbalance, effect on kidneys)
Would you expect bleeding? Edema? think about the consequences. (decreased perfusion, pain, hematoma) What teaching would you do? Would you increase fluid intake, what about activity level?
Would you be concerned about peripheral pulses, Why? Would you be concerned about arrythmias, why? What about fluid volume?
Hope this helps sitimulate the thought process a little.