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Administración de líquidos intravenosos en pacientes hospitalizados

La administración de líquidos y electrólitos implica decisiones complejas sobre el volumen, la velocidad y el tipo de líquidos a administrar.
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Autor/a: Dres. Padhi S, Bullock I, Li L, Stroud M BMJ 2013; 347
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