electrolyte balance

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Noun1.electrolyte balance - an equilibrium between the amounts of electrolytes (as calcium and sodium and potassium) that is essential for normal health and functioning
balance - a state of equilibrium
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Health specialists usually administer one to two litres of IV fluids to restore the electrolyte balance.
Apart from over-exerting himself and not listening to his body, Rajiv, instead of consuming more water, took a few sips of water followed by a sugary drink, which proved fatal as it messed up his electrolyte balance.
Sometimes, in case of hospitalization intravenous fluid is given to the mother to restore the electrolyte balance, nutrients, and vitamins.
If the dog's electrolyte balance gets seriously out of whack, he may suffer from seizures or a loss of consciousness.
The mineralocorticoid receptor is a receptor for steroid hormones that control the blood's electrolyte balance. Excessive activation of mineralocorticoid receptors has been found to be involved in hypertension.
* How to become properly acclimatized to heat and maintain hydration and electrolyte balance.
Aldosterone regulates blood pressure and electrolyte balance. Too much of it causes the body to retain salt and water, which increases blood pressure.
[8] Therefore, there is a need for more attention to fluid deficits and electrolyte balance in hysteroscopic evaluations of AUB in patients with PCOS.
There are six specialty thalasso pools on the top floor of the center, namely: Heal, which utilizes natural seaweed antibacterials and helps regenerate external tissue; Detox, a thalasso pool chemically treated to draw out toxins from the bloodstream and replace them with essential minerals and elements; Soothe, for anti-inflammatory purposes, mainly for musculoskeletal conditions such as arthritis and sprains and strains; Energize, which stimulates the natural production of endorphins; Relax, which helps bring down stress-induced neurotransmitters to calmer levels, and, finally, Balance, a thalasso pool that aims to regain the body's natural electrolyte balance through osmosis.
After 3 months, marked improvement in her nutritional status was achieved; the patient recovered 12 kg (BMI: 20.7 kg/[m.sup.2]), maintained normal fluid and electrolyte balance, and normalized serum protein levels and hematological parameters.
Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) and acute on chronic kidney diseases (AOCKD) occurs as a result of acute damage to hemodynamic filtration or excretory functions of kidney resulting in drastic reduction in GFR leads to accumulation of BUN and creatinine, dysregulation of fluid, acid-base and electrolyte balance (Lamiere et al., 2005; Bloom and Lobato, 2011).