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tr.v. o·ver·hy·drat·ed, o·ver·hy·drat·ing, o·ver·hy·drates
To cause to take excessive fluids into the body, as through intravenous injection.

o′ver·hy·dra′tion n.
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Severe dehydration can imperil athletes, but according to studies by South African researcher Timothy Noakes, the author of 'Waterlogged: The Serious Problem of Overhydration in Endurance Sports', the body is more than equipped to tolerate mild dehydration, while overhydration may pose more severe risks.
The most significant postoperative complication encountered was pulmonary congestion, which may have been associated with overhydration or minor aspiration in Case 3, but this resolved with appropriate medical treatment.
When urine and feces have prolonged contact, not only does skin overhydration occur, but the normally acidic skin pH becomes alkaline (Beeckman, 2017; Beeckman et al.
9] Of these factors, overhydration (>1 500 mL/h) is considered the most prominent cause.
For athletes, hyponatremia/ overhydration (lower PVI readings) can be dangerous.
They found there were no clinical symptoms of overhydration in the 64 subjects in the trial, supporting the notion that it is difficult to overhydrate elderly residents in residential care by increasing their oral intake.
size or scope of the contract: The contract is for the supply of 2 devices for hemodialysis, 2 seats dialysis, body composition monitor with electrodes to measure overhydration.
This can be done through commercially available products, overhydration (to dilute the urine sample), or by scraping small pieces of the prescribed pills into the urine sample.
anemia Renal failure Urine output of 24 h < 400 mL in adult No improvement with rehydration Serum creatinine > 3 g % Pulmonary Noncardiogenic pulmonary edema often edema/ARDS aggravated by overhydration Hypoglycemia Blood glucose level < 40 mg% Hypotension/ Systolic blood pressure < 80 mm Hg shock Core/skin temperature difference of > 10[degrees]C Bleeding/DIC Significant bleeding and hemorrhage from gums, nose, and GIT Evidence of DIC Hemoglobinuria Macroscopic black, brown or red urine Not associated with effects of oxidant drugs and RBC enzyme defects Extreme Prostration weakness Hyperparasitemia Parasite level > 5% in nonimmune individuals Jaundice Serum bilirubin level > 3 mg % Leucocytosis WBC count > 15,000/ult
Low albumin is related to overhydration and, as a result, high blood pressure [42] and left ventricular hypertrophy [47].
Moreover, overhydration especially in sick infant can cause syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone secretion.
may be observed in both under- and overhydration states.