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restriction

n. any limitation on activity, by statute, regulation or contract provision. In multi-unit real estate developments, condominium and cooperative housing projects, managed by homeowners' associations or similar organizations are usually required by state law to impose restrictions on use. Thus, the restrictions are part of the "covenants, conditions and restrictions," intended to enhance the use of common facilities and property, recorded and incorporated into the title of each owner.

restriction

noun  bonds, boundary, bounds, check, circumscription, condition, confinement, constriction, containment, curb, demarcation, finis, impediment, interdiction, limitation, modus, prohibition, qualification, regulation, reservation, restraint
Associated concepts: restriction on alienation
See also: abridgment, arrest, bar, barrier, blockade, bondage, censorship, check, clause, coercion, commitment, compulsion, condition, constraint, custody, damper, decrease, detention, deterrence, deterrent, disadvantage, duress, economy, embargo, enclosure, encumbrance, estoppel, fetter, force, frugality, guideline, hindrance, impediment, imprisonment, incarceration, injunction, limitation, moderation, modification, obstacle, obstruction, prohibition, provision, qualification, quota, reservation, restraint, salvo, veto
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Another way to perceive the dry weight was that the concept worked as a reminder of fluid restrictions. A certain psychological strain was also present in the narratives, expressed as feelings of guilt for having consumed more fluid than one is allowed.
For long-term quality of life, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) recommend a diet low in sodium and strict fluid restriction to pre-vent heart damage.
Early reports have referred to constipation as a major problem for patients with CKD both on PD and haemodialysis (HD) due to diet and fluid restrictions and the need for certain medications, in particular, phosphate binders (Adams, 1982; Chambers, 1983; Stone, 1977;Yasuda et al.
The urine sodium level determined 1 day following admission (<10 mmol/L [10 mEq/L]) is inconsistent with SLADH; however, the patient was previously begun on fluid restriction, and carbamazepine had been stopped several days earlier.
Self-report and the lack of clinical thresholds may result in overeporting; for example, 50% of patients in one study self-reported nonadherence to fluid restrictions, but only 9% were actually nonadherent using interdialytic weight gain (Khalil et al., 2011).
Patients who present with mild to moderate hyponatremia (serum sodium levels between 125 to 134 mEq/l) will require fluid restriction of 800 to 1,000 ml/day.
Children on the diet are susceptible to these complications because they are maintained on a constant fluid restriction and in a mild state of acidosis.
The meta-analysis by Welch and Thomas-Hawkins (2005) was inconclusive in determining successful options to avoid fluid retention and promote fluid restriction adherence in patients receiving chronic HD, and noted insufficient data available to inform clinical practice guidelines.
Current treatment modalities include strict fluid restriction, as little as 800cc/day.
* Resistant to change, not ready for lifestyle change, lack of motivation (a great difference between the patient's pre-dialysis fluid intake and dialysis fluid restriction, self-monitoring deficit, depression).
However, many patients are unwilling or unable to self-manage their fluid restriction (Iborra-Molto et al., 2012).
Inadequate self-management of fluid restriction and blood pressure (BP) in patients on hemodialysis (HD) contribute to poor clinical outcomes (Cabrera et al.,, 2015; Losito, Del Vecchio, Del Rosso, & Locatelli, 2015).