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tr.v. re·hy·drat·ed, re·hy·drat·ing, re·hy·drates
1. To cause (something dehydrated) to take up fluid.
2. To replenish the body fluids of.

re′hy·dra′tion n.


the process of taking in or absorbing fluid after dehydration


n. rehidratación, restablecimiento del balance hídrico del cuerpo.


n rehidratación f
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In addition, drying conditions such as temperature, air flow rate, relative humidity of ambient air; structural properties such as density and porosity; optical properties such as color and appearance; and sensory properties such as aroma, taste, and smell of the dried vegetables effect the rehydration properties and rate of drying of the product (Maldonado, Arnau, & Bertuzzi, 2010, Prajapati, Prabhat, & Rathore, 2011, Osidacz & Ambrosio-Ugri, 2013, Garba & Kaur, 2014).
In response to the outbreak, UNICEF has sent in three aircrafts carrying over 40 tons of lifesaving supplies including medicines, oral rehydration salts, diarrhea disease kits and intravenous fluids to treat more than 50,000 patients.
Zagaria said sufferers were overwhelming Yemen's remaining hospitals, but it would be better to treat them in specialised centres, 50 of which are already operating, along with 300 oral rehydration points.
Rehydration ratio, shrinkage ratio and total colour change were determined in these differently dried samples.
Six hundred forty-seven children (aged 6-60 months; mean age, 28 months) in Toronto, Canada, presenting to an emergency department with gastroenteritis and minimal dehydration were randomly assigned to receive, in single-blind fashion, 1) rehydration with an electrolyte replacement solution or 2) half-strength apple juice followed by the child's preferred fluids.
The objective of the present study was to evaluate the vase life and the rehydration capacity of gladiolus flowers after dry storage at low temperature.
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2) Children with gastroenteritis are at risk for dehydration, and the recommended treatment for anything less than severe dehydration is oral rehydration therapy (ORT) and early resumption of feeding upon rehydration.
In the last 25 years, we've done many studies on rehydration after exercise," said Ronald J Maughan, a hydration expert from Loughborough University, and lead author of the study.
These data were contrasted against data obtained from the analysis of a popular North American rehydration beverage.
The Andhra Pradesh government will distribute buttermilk and ORS (oral rehydration salt) sachets among the people to prevent sunstroke deaths this summer.
The doctors have advised citizens to adopt necessary precautions to avoid hazards of heat wave and should drink oral rehydration salts (ORS) intake while the elderly have especially been advised to avoid direct exposure to the sun.