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From these blood results what oncological emergency could Katie be at risk of?
Other than Tumour Lysis syndrome, please name another condition that patients are also at risk of with a high white cell count?
The ED did a great job requesting the bloods but you notice additional investigations are needed with Katie’s risk of TLS.
What additional bloods and investigations do you need?
Which teams would you want to discuss the patient with (especially if TLS was present)?
I would discuss with the and teams. (please enter two teams that you want to discuss with)
How should Katie be managed with her high risk of TLS ?
You undertake a review on Katie at 4 hours following treatment. Katie remains stable and she is not fluid overloaded with a UO of 3.1.ml/kg/hr. On reviewing the bloods you find a low potassium.
What do you want to do next?