Voorspelling daling/stijging plasma natrium
Formule voor berekening voorspelde daling of stijging van het plasma natrium per liter infuusvloeistof naar aanleiding van de gekozen infuusvloeistof.
Research authors: Adrogue HJ, and Madias NE
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Voorspelde daling/stijging plasma natrium per liter infuusvloeistof: mmol/L

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Aan de hand van deze formule kan de voorspelde daling of stijging van het plasma natrium (Na+) naar aanleiding van de gekozen infuusvloeistof worden ingeschat.


Referentie concentratie natrium in infuusvloeistof (in mmol per liter):

  • Glucose 5% bevat:                                               0 mmol natrium per liter.
     
  • NaCl 0,25% bevat:                                             34 mmol natrium per liter.
  • NaCl 0,45% bevat:                                             77 mmol natrium per liter.
  • NaCl 0,9% bevat:                                             154 mmol natrium per liter.
  • NaCl 2,5% bevat:                                             427 mmol natrium per liter.
  • NaCl 3,0% bevat:                                             513 mmol natrium per liter.
  • NaCl 5,0% bevat:                                             855 mmol natrium per liter.
     
  • Ringer lactaat bevat:                                        130 mmol natrium per liter.

  • NaBic 1.4% bevat:                                            167 mmol natrium per liter.
  • NaBic 4.2% bevat:                                            500 mmol natrium per liter.
  • NaBic 8.4% bevat:                                            1000 mmol natrium per liter.


Referenties:
Adrogue, HJ; and Madias, NE. Primary Care: Hypernatremia. New England Journal of
Medicine
2000; 342(20):1493-1499.

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