Addisonian crisis diagnosis and management

Amy Breton
Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Hypoadrenocorticism is often called the great pretender because it usually presents with nondescript signs and symptoms. The patients that present in a crisis require extensive nursing care and offer many unique nursing challenges. Understanding the pathophysiology of hypoadrenocorticism allows for better nursing care to be offered.

Addisonian crisis diagnosis and management
Addisonian crisis diagnosis and management

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