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changing easily, as in expression

marked by facility, especially of expression

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a substance that is fluid at room temperature and pressure

continuous amorphous matter that tends to flow and to conform to the outline of its container: a liquid or a gas

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subject to change

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characteristic of a fluid

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smooth and unconstrained in movement

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in cash or easily convertible to cash

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affording change (especially in social status)

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The clinical treatment for both groups consisted of intravenous fluid therapy with an isotonic polyionic solution twice a week.
25) Our treatment during that stage focused on clearing hyperkalemia and myoglobinemia through intensive fluid therapy and reducing further damage to muscular tissue with the use of sling therapy and muscle relaxants.
It is important to note that the fluid therapy phase of patients (recovery phase, optimal phase, stable phase, and withdrawal phase) must be known before conducting fluid management.
The FALLS-protocol tries to answer to the two main questions: 1) which patients need a fluid therapy in the extreme emergency?
Post-operatively, animal was administered fluid therapy using Dextrose normal saline intravenously for 10 days.
A/ Intravenous fluid therapy (IVF) has a slightly lower failure rate than oral replacement therapy (ORT) in children with acute gastroenteritis, but the clinical significance is questionable.
The effects of fluid therapy depend on the type of fluid, the quantity administered, and the characteristics of the patients that receive it.
If the calf is collapsed, intravenous fluid therapy is indicated and you should contact your vet, but if still standing oral rehydration is the treatment of choice.
Fluid therapy information is gaining increasing prevalence particularly in the treatment of acid-base disorders.
Assessment of fluid responsiveness -- the ability of the circulation system to increase cardiac output in response to volume expansion -- is essential to guide fluid therapy and optimize preload.
inserting a breathing tube, providing drug and fluid therapy, giving medicines and injections and putting on dressings for wounds and supports for broken bones.
Fluid therapy does not improve tachycardia and may even worsen it, indicating that dehydration is not part of the underlying cause, said Dr.
Farmers' Union for Wales deputy director of agricultural policy Rhian Nowell-Phillips, said: "There has been a surge in reported cases around the UK and whilst there is no cure and a mortality rate of over 75%, early diagnosis of the condition means that symptomatic treatments of intravenous fluid therapy, painkillers and antiinflammatories can help in recovery.
Goal directed fluid therapy (GDFT) implies stepwise fluid administration (fluid challenges) guided by the flow-related parameters ranging from arterial blood pressure (ABP) to cardiac stroke volume.
Patients in the restricted normal saline group received 5 ml/kg/h normal saline as maintenance fluid therapy.