A 31 Year-old Runner With Abdominal Pain And Red Colored Urine - Page #3

Lab Studies:
CK 45,200
Peak CK 50,300
CK on hospital discharge 26,000
CK on day #6 2500
Cr stable throughout at 0.9
HCO3 stable at 24-31 throughout
K stable at 4.4-4.9 throughout
UA positive for blood, but no RBC's seen on microscopy

Nephrology-Recommened intense IV hydration to target urine output of 150-200 cc/hr

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