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ASPEN 2 Handbook Package Fluid2+PNHand3 [Print]
Member Price$98.95
Non-Member Price$124.95
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ASPEN Fluids & PN Handbook Package [PRINT ONLY]

ASPEN combined two popular handbooks into one deal, so you can save!

Package Includes: 

  • New! ASPEN Fluids, Electrolytes, and Acid-Base Disorders Handbook, Second Edition (© 2020) - Click for details
  • New! ASPEN Parenteral Nutrition Handbook, Third Edition (© 2020) - Click for details


With their concise, user-friendly format, these handbooks are an excellent resource for patient care.

The Fluids handbook includes:

  • Resources to help you evaluate and treat common fluid, electrolyte, and acid-base disorders
  • Common clinically applicable situations involving electrolyte and acid-base disorders
  • Discussion of regulation of water and electrolyte balance
  • Thorough coverage of sodium disorders
  • Vital pediatric considerations
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The PN handbook includes:

  • New Chapters on Competency, Multichamber-bags, and Electronic Health Records
  • How to prescribe parenteral nutrition therapy preparation of parenteral nutrition formulations and labeling
  • Monitoring and complications of parenteral nutrition
  • Considerations for medication-related interactions
  • Discussion of home parenteral nutrition support
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**Must purchase the ASPEN Fluids & PN Handbook Package to save. Adding the two books to your cart separately will not result in savings.



Corrections and Omissions (Fluids, Electrolytes, and Acid-Base DisordersHandbook Second Edition)

Page 29; Table 2-6


Gatorade® G2  (ready to drink) +  ½ teaspoon of saltb





b Gatorade® G2 (ready to drink) contains ~18.5 mEq of sodium per 32 ounces (946 mL).  Addition of ½ teaspoon of salt to 32 ounces results in a sodium concentration of ~70 mEq/L; Potassium levels are well below the recommended amount for an ORS.