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- His urinary output
- His arterial line
- His uncontrolled pain
- His magnesium level
One of the major complications of a pituitary resection is the development of diabetes insipidus (DI). His large amount of urine ouput in that short amount of time is particuarly concerning, as it can indicate that he is developing DI. A dampened arterial waveform should be noted, but does not require immediate intervention. His pain should be addressed, but is not as concerning as developing DI. His magnesium is slightly below normal range and will require supplementation, but it is not as urgent as his DI.
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