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Management of EPN consists mostly of prevention and treatment of shock, correction of electrolyte imbalance, glycemic regulation, and removal of underlying obstruction (if any).
Usually caused by performing hard physical labour in hot environments, heat cramps can be traced back to an electrolyte imbalance caused by perspiration.
Diarrhoea can lead to rapid dehydration and electrolyte imbalance and even death at times.
Cramped toes can occur for any number of reasons, such as muscle weakness, an os trigonum (an extra bone in the back of the ankle), an electrolyte imbalance, or mineral deficiency.
Acute coronary syndromes, pulmonary embolism and electrolyte imbalance were excluded, and the patient was considered as a case of BS presenting with VF.
But when he told William Hill clerk Vicky Leonard about the symptoms she knew immediately the baby was suffering from pyloric stenosis because her own daughter had it The condition blocks food from moving into the intestines and causes projectile vomiting and electrolyte imbalance.
u A reaction to certain medications u Congenital (present at birth) electrical pathway abnormalities in the heart u Congenital abnormalities of the heart u Consumption of stimulants like alcohol, caffeinated beverages or recreational drugs like cocaine u Electrolyte imbalance (mineral-related substances necessary for conducting electrical impulses) u Fever due to any cause.
Maternal acidosis, hyperglycemia, volume depletion, electrolyte imbalance may effect the fetus.
Side effects from dehydration include weakness, dizziness, fatigue, constipation, falling, seizures, electrolyte imbalance, and kidney failure.
Diagnosis; abdominal pain, hypotension, electrolyte imbalance.
Following admission to paediatric intensive care of a five-month old boy with severe electrolyte imbalance, renal dysfunction and stroke as a result of being exclusively fed raw goat's milk for three to four weeks, paediatricians undertook a literature review of the consequences associated with infants being fed raw goat's milk.
The specialist added that the remaining girl had previously developed electrolyte imbalance, but that was restored following the swift intervention of medical staff.

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