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Well looking into your problem I would like to tell you that for fluid volume excess strict intake output record needs to be maintained . The total amount of output should be more than or atleast equal to input to patient be in negative or equibalance .
In auscultation of lungs if you have basal crepts then it is an indication of fluid overload . presence of pitting pedal edema
also denotes the same .
Whatever parameters you have mentioned BP monitoring will be more important but rest all should also be observed but they are not specific to fluid excess.