Dr. Leo Londoño (DVM, DACVECC) discusses proper management of fluid therapy in patients with acute kidney disease with Dr. Bobbi Conner in this podcast produced by the Veterinary Journal Club.
Supporting renal function without causing fluid overload requires careful monitoring of bloods and body weight. We hear how best to decide what fluid rate to start these patients on, and how to assess when it’s time to make adjustments.
When are diuretics appropriate? What should we do when we aren’t seeing improvements?
- Acute Liver Failure (Vet Education)