imbalance

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An exclusive, unmodified goat's milk diet can cause significant morbidity and even mortality in infants, including electrolyte imbalances, metabolic acidosis and folate deficiency, US paediatricians have warned.
They cite electrolyte imbalance, loss of beneficial digestive bacteria, and perforation of the colon as risks.
Treatment of primary nocturnal enuresis with desmopressin tablets should be interrupted during vigorous exercise; acute illness that can result in fluid and/or electrolyte imbalance, such as fever, recurrent vomiting, or diarrhea; or other conditions that can result in higher water intake.
Treatment of primary nocturnal enuresis with desmopressin tablets should be interrupted during vigorous exercise; any acute illness that can result in fluid and/or an electrolyte imbalance, such as fever, recurrent vomiting, or diarrhea; or other conditions that can result in increased intake of water.
The revised warnings say that although cases of sudden death, TdP, and QT prolongation have been reported in patients with no predisposing factors, "particular caution" is recommended in using any formulation of haloperidol in patients who have other QT-prolonging conditions, including electrolyte imbalance (particularly hypokalemia and hypomagnesemia), underlying cardiac abnormalities, hypothyroidism or familial long QT syndrome, or who are taking drugs known to prolong the QT interval.
That created an electrolyte imbalance, causing his muscles to spasm.
The ingredients combat acetaldehyde, a toxic substance produced by the body's breakdown of alcohol intake; free radicals that attack and destroy living cells and tissue; electrolyte imbalance caused by the loss of vital electrolytes along with the fluid lost; and dehydration.
It should be stressed that this entity should only be considered in the infant who is not having any complications from diarrhoea, that is, there is no evidence of growth failure or fluid and electrolyte imbalance.
T waves may change form in patients with hypo- or hyperkalemia, but our patient had no electrolyte imbalance.
kill fish due to electrolyte imbalance and other physiological effects; reduce disease resistance in fish during winter;
He specializes in hematology and electrolyte imbalance.
Other factors include electrolyte imbalance and mineral deficiency.
Therefore, any gastrointestinal disturbance, fever, rapid heart rate, low blood sugar, or electrolyte imbalance within 24 hours of eating wild mushrooms should arouse suspicion of mushroom poisoning -- and even if such symptoms abate after three to five days, liver and kidney damage may rapidly occur.
Metabolic complications include intolerance of the ingredients or electrolyte imbalance.
If increasing electrolyte imbalance, azotemia, and/or oliguria occur during treatment of severe, progressive renal disease, or severe watery diarrhea, the diuretic should be discontinued.
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