electrolyte balance


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an equilibrium between the amounts of electrolytes (as calcium and sodium and potassium) that is essential for normal health and functioning

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These cells might then have the opportunity to directly sense electrolyte balance in body fluids," Zuker points out.
Dehydration can affect your electrolyte balance and not having enough magnesium or potassium in your blood stream affects muscles.
Absence of fluids can alter the body's electrolyte balance so staying hydrated is important, they said.
The seeds can absorb more than their own weight in water, which helps prolong hydration and retain the body's electrolyte balance.
Other topics are cancer, inflammation and immune response, shock, nutrition, pain and its management, and fluid and electrolyte balance.
His treatment put him in additional jeopardy for osmotic demyelination because of the overly aggressive correction of his electrolyte balance.
The runner's death in the 2002 marathon brought awareness to hyponatremia, which occurs when excessive water consumption upsets the body's electrolyte balance, causing low sodium levels.
The fifth updated edition of Fluid and Electrolyte Balance Nursing Considerations should be in any collection appealing to nurses and hospital workers.
From day 3 hepatic and pancreatic function started to improve, urine output was stable while renal function and electrolyte balance deteriotated.
To give extra salt/electrolytes to a dehydrated dog can have the effect of drawing water from the blood, making the dehydration worse and upsetting the electrolyte balance.
They should also drink electrolyte fluid to maintain body's electrolyte balance," the official advised.
We're well aware of the heat and do related work, making sure that their hydration status is kept well and their electrolyte balance is kept well, and also their ability to tolerate and adapt to changes in heat.
The high content of potassium in oranges helps maintain electrolyte balance in the cells and also aids the maintenance of a healthy cardiovascular system.
The renin-angiotensin system (RAS) is described to control BP, volume and electrolyte balance.