In non-crush injuries, we look for a urine output (UOP) or 30-50 ml/hr. How will this change in crush injury patients?
UOP is not a reliable vital sign in crush injured patients
Decrease UOP to 15-30ml/hr and monitor for hypovolemia
Increase UOP to 100-200ml/hr and watch for signs of pulmonary edema
It won't... UOP should stay the same at 30-50ml/hr.
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