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Reply To: Maintenance IV Fluids for Sickle Cell Inpatient Admissions
Our inpatient IVF protocol for patients with sickle cell disease is 75ml/m2/hour. For those patients with pain crisis, we often start them at 125ml/m2/hr.
Monica McMath, BSN, RN, CPN Nurse Manager Children’s Blood and Cancer Center Dell Children’s Ascension 4910 Mueller Boulevard, Suite 200 | Austin, TX 78723
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——————————————- Original Message: Sent: 10/5/2021 2:50:00 PM From: Stacy Wolf Subject: RE: Maintenance IV Fluids for Sickle Cell Inpatient Admissions
Here is our current inpatient protocol at Children’s Hospital Oakland:
—————————— Stacy Wolf, RN,BMTCN,CPNP-AC,CPON Oakland Children’s Hospital Oakland, CA United States ——————————