In addition, the accumulated positive fluid balance
contributes to increased morbidity and mortality.
Sex difference in fluid balance
responses during prolonged exercise.
The two most important conclusions from our study of patients hospitalized with acute pancreatitis were that a greater urine output at 24 hours and 48 hours of hospital admission maybe associated with a shorter LOS and also that an increasingly positive fluid balance
at 24 hours appears to be associated with a longer LOS, independently of other variables such as BISAP score.
Similarly, the logistic regression was carried out for the recovery of renal function in 28 days, and the values of fluid balance
before and after 3 sessions and creatinine presession presented significant negative association, which remained after the multivariate analysis.
Manthous, "Fluid balance
and weaning outcomes," Intensive Care Medicine, vol.
Usefulness of the fluid balance
: A randomized controlled trial in neonates.
The number, density, and distribution of B-lines are closely associated with the extent of extravascular lung water, and different B-line characteristics represent different levels of water content in the lungs.[sup] A study using lung ultrasound to predict pulmonary arterial wedge pressure (PAWP) showed that patients with A-predominance have lower PAWP, while patients with B-predominance have higher PAWP, which indicates interstitial edema.[sup] Since changes in B-lines occur with negative fluid balance
during the treatment of lung edema, continuous assessment of their changes can help to determine treatment efficacy and guide treatment speed and effectiveness.
Athletes should be encouraged to perform test "Fluid Balance
Chart" in different environmental conditions.
(b) Spontaneously breathing patients with an IVC-CI < 50% and mechanically ventilated patients with an [DELTA]IVC < 12% who had an even or negative fluid balance
at 48 hours after admission.
Electronic bed weighing vs daily fluid balance
changes after cardiac surgery.
Several studies have investigated fluid balance
in soccer players during laboratory exercise protocols (Drust et al., 2000; Maxwell et al., 2009; Nicholas et al., 1995).
An optimal balance of electrolytes--such as sodium, chloride, potassium, magnesium and calcium--helps regulate oxygen delivery and heart muscle activity, and maintain fluid balance
in the brain, among other functions.