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Overall Evaluation
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Assess and recognize hyponatremia in patients with cancer
Assess and recognize hyponatremia in patients with cancer
Select the most appropriate therapy for hyponatremia in patients with cancer
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Addressed the learning goal (purpose)
Enhanced my current knowledge base
Will help me improve patient care
Provided new ideas or information I expect to use
Information was relevant to my practice and my educational needs
Provided appropriate learning assessment activities
Provided effective teaching and learning methods, including active learning
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The information presented will enhance my efforts to assess and recognize hyponatremia in patients with cancer
The information presented will enhance my efforts to minimize risk factors and prevent the development or worsening of hyponatremia in patients with cancer
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Treatment of chronic hyponatremia
Determining the correction rate for sodium levels in the hyponatremic patient
Selection of appropriate patients for use of vasopressin receptor antagonists
Describing the pathophysiology of hyponatremia in tumor-related conditions
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