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Journal Review

Balanced Solutions vs 0.9% Saline in Critical Care (SMART)

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Although 0.9% sodium chloride (“normal” saline) is traditionally the most commonly used intravenous fluid, it is unclear if “normal” saline is the best fluid. Data from prior studies suggests 0.9% saline use may result in hyperchloremic acidosis.
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Calcaneus Fractures

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Calcanus fractures are relatively uncommon but knowledge of appropriate diagnostics and management is core EM.
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Lauren Hart, MD