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Nurses need to understand the physiological mechanisms underlying fluid replacement therapy and the movement of water in the body.
Appropriate fluid replacement should be considered to preclude the occurrence of physiologic instabilities.
The mild departure (5%-10%, depending on comparison group) observed in psittacine bird plasma osmolality from mammals is of relatively low magnitude and may not be of great clinical relevance for fluid replacement therapy.
However, there is little data on whether female athletes are euhydrated at the start of exercise and their subsequent response to an increased fluid replacement during exercise.
Perhaps the most important and easiest form of prevention of the common cold is sufficient fluid replacement.
College of Veterinary Medicine) describes the anatomical and physiological structures and functions of such animals as horses, dogs, cats, cows, sheep, goats, pigs and chicken, and includes through analyses of capillary and renal dynamics and fluid replacement theory.
RenalGuard is a fully-automated, real-time matched fluid replacement device intended for interventional cardiology and radiology patients undergoing imaging procedures using contrast media.
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Fluid replacement is very important and your child may only be able to eat soft food for a week or so due to a sore throat.
The subject of running safety usually makes many of us think about proper warm-up/cool-down, fluid replacement, and traffic rules.
After each ream pass, ARB ran a circulating sub pass for drilling fluid replacement while tripping the tail string back to pipe side.
Intravenous fluid replacement in adult elective surgery is often initiated with dextrose-containing fluids.