About the book
"Practical Guidelines on Fluid Therapy" is a comprehensive guide focusing on Fluid, Electrolytes, and Acid-Base Disorders. Published in 2002, it stands as the pioneering work on these disorders in India. Since its launch, the book has garnered widespread acclaim, with over 1,00,000 copies sold to date.
The primary objective of this book is to provide scientifically sound guidance on intravenous (IV) administration in hospitalized patients. It serves as a valuable resource for clinicians, offering insights into the treatment of various salt and water imbalances. The new edition has been crafted to meet the international demand for updated information on the science and art of administering IV fluids.
Built upon the latest evidence available in the literature, this 750+ page book encompasses 57 chapters. Medical professionals will find it to be an invaluable tool for effectively managing their patients.Special features of this book
- Comprehensive Contents: This monograph encompasses 12 parts and 57 chapters, delivering the latest evidence-based insights into fluid therapy, electrolyte balance, and acid-base disorders.
- Special Focus: Gain practical knowledge with easy-to-understand guidance on intravenous preparations and their clinical applications.
- Problems-Oriented Solutions: Dedicated chapters on fluid and electrolyte problems in medical, surgical, pediatric, and obstetric patients including their quick and practical management guidelines.
- Simplified Approach: Navigate complex topics effortlessly with a straightforward approach and management to fluid, electrolytes, and acid-base disorders.