Clinical Practice Guidelines
Acquired Hemolysis Related to Common IV Nutrient Therapies – Clinical Practice Guidelines
Background: Acquired hemolytic crisis is a known entity in clinical and emergency medicine. The causes of this phenomenon however are quite varied and include many etiologies not common to the general practice of IV nutrient therapy (IVNT). There are however two instances particular to IVNT that every practitioner should be aware of and able to diagnose and manage should they arise. The author has managed, on behalf of many clinics around North America multiple instances of IVNT triggered acquired hemolysis. Below is a standard operating procedure developed using the available peer-reviewed data and clinical practice.
Keywords: Hemolysis Hemolytic Crisis G6PD Hypotonic Sterile Water SWI Low Osmolarity Hematuria
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