water-electrolyte imbalance

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water-electrolyte imbalance

n. desequilibrio hidroelectrolítico.
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Hyperkalemia: Recognition and management of a critical electrolyte disturbance.
They cover normal ECG, bradyarrhythmias, tachyarrhythmias, miscellaneous arrhythmias and cardiac conditions, electrolyte disturbance and the ECG, and emergency algorithms.
As pointed earlier on while explaining the reasons for subnormal eGFR, these conditions may have contributed significantly to subnormal GFR, high frequency of anemia (87%), electrolyte disturbance and metabolic abnormalities (TableII).
The most common electrolyte disturbance in our study was hypokalaemia (55%) followed by hyponatraemia (32.
Hyponatremia is an electrolyte disturbance in which sodium ion concentration in blood plasma is lower than normal.
The autopsy found he had suffered tonsillar herniation due to swelling of the brain which pathologist Dr Ciaran O Riain attributed to hyponatraemia - an electrolyte disturbance caused by lower than normal sodium levels.
We corrected the electrolyte disturbance by infusing a 3% sodium chloride solution until her neurologic manifestations disappeared, at which time her serum sodium concentration had risen back to 135 mEq/L.
Physical signs of vomiting or laxative abuse include weight loss, electrolyte disturbance, hypokalemia, hypochloremic metabolic alkalosis, dental enamel erosion, hypovolemia, or knuckle calluses.
Urinary tract infection was the most common medical etiology for the delirium (11), followed by medications (6), poor glycemic control (3), electrolyte disturbance (1), acute central nervous system events (1), and dehydration (1).
In pathophysiology of hemorrhagic enteritis, anemia accompanied with dehydration and electrolyte disturbance.
Too much or too little salt in the diet can lead to muscle cramps, dizziness, or electrolyte disturbance, which can cause neurological problems, or death.
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