dehydration classification

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dehydration classification

  • Dehydration Clinical guidelines

    Classification of degree of dehydration (adapted from the WHO) 1, 2 (a) Sunken eyes may be a normal feature in some children Ask the mother if the child's eyes are the same as usual or if they are more sunken than usual (b) Skin pinch is assessed by pinching the skin of the abdomen between the thumb and forefinger without twisting

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  • Dehydration classification wikidoc

      Dehydration classification On the Web Most recent articles Most cited articles Review articles CME Programs Powerpoint slides American Roentgen Ray Society Images of Dehydration classification All Images Xrays Echo Ultrasound CT Images MRI; Ongoing Trials at Clinical Trialsgov US National Guidelines Clearinghouse NICE Guidance

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  • Dehydration — Isotonic, Hypotonic and Hypertonic

      Dehydration is defined as the excessive loss of water from the body The balance between fluid intake and fluid loss from the body is greatly disproportionate in dehydration The severity of dehydration ranges from mild to severe, and dehydration

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  • Dehydration: Background, Pathophysiology, Etiology

      Dehydration describes a state of negative fluid balance that may be caused by numerous disease entities Diarrheal illnesses are the most common etiologies Worldwide, dehydration secondary to

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  • WHO Initial treatment of dehydration for severe

    Dehydration is defined as the condition that results from excessive loss of body water 1 In severe acute malnutrition, dehydration is caused by untreated diarrhoeal disease which leads to the loss of water and electrolytes 2 Severe acute malnutrition and diarrhoeal disease run in a vicious cycle, each making the other more severe and more likely to occur

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  • Pediatric Dehydration Clinical Presentation: History

      Accurate classification of the degree of dehydration as mild, moderate, or severe allows for appropriate therapy and disposition of the patient in a timely fashion Obtaining a complete history

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  • [Pathophysiology of dehydration]

    The pathophysiology of dehydration is reviewed The normal response to dehydration, ie decreased effective arterial blood volume or effective circulating volume is described Due to water retention and drinking following stimulation of ADH secretion and thirst, osmoregulation is overruled by volume conservatory mechanisms, which lead to hyponatremia

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  • Dehydration Types: (Hypertonic Hypotonic Isotonic

      The classification is done based on the effects on the extracellular fluid that is present between the blood and the cells In case of dehydration, the levels of sodium get altered and so the osmolality of the extracellular fluid in the body changes leading to increase or decrease in the fluid retention capacity

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  • Dehydration classification wikidoc

      Dehydration classification On the Web Most recent articles Most cited articles Review articles CME Programs Powerpoint slides American Roentgen Ray Society Images of Dehydration classification All Images Xrays Echo Ultrasound CT Images MRI; Ongoing Trials at Clinical Trialsgov US National Guidelines Clearinghouse NICE Guidance

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  • Dehydration: Background, Pathophysiology, Etiology

      Dehydration can be categorized according to osmolarity and severity Serum sodium is a good surrogate marker of osmolarity assuming the patient has a normal serum glucose (Osmolarity = [2 × sodium] + [glucose/18] + [blood urea nitrogen/28]) Dehydration may be isonatremic (130150 mEq/L), hyponatremic (150 mEq/L)

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  • The Different Stages of Dehydration Living Water

      Dehydration causes the body to lose bodyweight, as the human body is around twothirds water When this happens, the body cannot function optimally

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  • Pediatric Dehydration Clinical Presentation: History

      Accurate classification of the degree of dehydration as mild, moderate, or severe allows for appropriate therapy and disposition of the patient in a timely fashion Obtaining a complete history from the parent or caregiver is important because it provides clues to the type of dehydration present

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  • Dehydration Symptoms Mild, Moderate and Severe

    Dehydration is often classified as mild, moderate or severe based on how much of the body's fluid is lost Learn to Recognize Dehydration Unfortunately, most people simply do not understand or recognize the signs and symptoms of dehydration In addition, it is important to note that these symptoms may differ from person to person

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  • Dehydration in the Older Adult

    Dehydration affects 20% to 30% of older adults It has a greater negative outcome in this population than in younger adults and increases mortality, morbidity, and disability Dehydration is often caused by water deprivation in older adults, although excess water loss may also be a cause Traditiona

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  • Dehydration SlideShare

      Dehydration , causes, classification , management Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising If you continue browsing the site, you agree to the use of cookies on this website

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  • Drying and Dehydration – Concept And Methods :

      DEHYDRATION: Fruit and Vegetables dehydration is the process of removing water from fruit by circulating hot air through it, which prohibits the growth of enzymes and bacteria Agri Exam Important 10000 Agriculture MCQ PRESERVATION BY DEHYDRATION /DRYING

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  • The dehydration of vegetables Internet Archive

      —Dehydration greatly lessensthe weight,reducing root vegetables to aboutone fifth oftheir fresh weight, leafy vegetables and tomatoes to one fifteenthor less

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  • TYPES OF DEHYDRATION Nursing In Ghana

      Dehydration is the condition in which there is excessive loss of body fluids, mostly water Fluid loss mostly exceeds amount of fluids taken in In dehydration, fluids are lost from blood, extracellular spaces and then intracellular spaces Dehydration can be classified into hypertonic, isotonic or hypotonic (based on type of fluid loss) and mild, moderate []

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  • Dehydration classification wikidoc

      Dehydration classification On the Web Most recent articles Most cited articles Review articles CME Programs Powerpoint slides American Roentgen Ray Society Images of Dehydration classification All Images Xrays Echo Ultrasound CT Images MRI; Ongoing Trials at Clinical Trialsgov US National Guidelines Clearinghouse NICE Guidance

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  • Dehydration — Isotonic, Hypotonic and Hypertonic Fluid

      Dehydration is defined as the excessive loss of water from the body The balance between fluid intake and fluid loss from the body is greatly disproportionate in dehydration The severity of dehydration ranges from mild to severe, and dehydration can be fatal when fluid loss exceeds more than 15% of the total body water

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  • classification of dehydration maciejadamskipl

    dehydration usually have a fluid deficit less than 5% of their body weight Although these children lack distinct signs of dehydration, they should be given more fluid than usual to prevent dehydration from developing Table 1 shows the classification of diarrhea without dehydration or blood in stools, according to the IMCI strategy

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  • The Different Stages of Dehydration Living Water

      Dehydration causes the body to lose bodyweight, as the human body is around twothirds water When this happens, the body cannot function optimally

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  • Diagnosis and Management of Dehydration in Children

      Diagnosis and Management of Dehydration in Children AMY CANAVAN, MD, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine, Falls Church, Virginia BILLY S ARANT, JR, MD, University of Tennessee

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  • Assessing Dehydration and Fluid Management

      Introduction Dehydration occurs when fluid output is greater than fluid inputInfants and children are at greater risk of developing dehydration than adults due to higher metabolic rates, inability to communicate thirst or selfhydrate effectively and greater water requirements per unit of weight (1,2) To add to this, many common conditions in younger age groups can result in dehydration

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  • List of Drugs that may cause Dehydration

    List of drugs associated with a side effect named as Dehydration and related drug information

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  • 144: Dehydration Reactions of Alcohols Chemistry LibreTexts

    Dehydration of Alcohols to Yield Alkenes One way to synthesize alkenes is by dehydration of alcohols, a process in which alcohols undergo E1 or E2 mechanisms to lose water and form a double bond The dehydration reaction of alcohols to generate alkene proceeds by heating the alcohols in the presence of a strong acid, such as sulfuric or phosphoric acid, at high temperatures

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  • Serum bicarbonate and dehydration severity in

      The concentration of bicarbonate was measured in serum samples from 106 children with gastroenteritis and dehydration A concentration less than 22 mmol/l was more common in children with severe dehydration, but the magnitude of bicarbonate reduction was not significantly different with increasing degrees of dehydration Doctors should not rely on the serum bicarbonate concentration

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  • Dehydration — Isotonic, Hypotonic and Hypertonic

      Dehydration is defined as the excessive loss of water from the body The balance between fluid intake and fluid loss from the body is greatly disproportionate in dehydration The severity of dehydration ranges from mild to severe, and dehydration can be fatal when fluid loss exceeds more than 15% of the total body water

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  • Dehydration and volume depletion: How to handle

      Dehydration and volume depletion – two distinct entities As indicated by Mange et al[], two distinct clinical syndromes can develop secondary to excessive body fluid losses: (1) Dehydration, which means pure water loss (“Hydro” originates from the ancient Greek word “hudōr”, meaning “water”; to dehydrate means removing water)Loss of water reduces the distribution space of Na

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  • POAC New Adult Dehydration Guideline

      A new clinical guideline has been developed to support management of acute adult dehydration in primary care This has been developed by a group of primary care practitioners and specialists in the field to provide guidance with respect to the management of adult dehydration

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  • Diagnosis and Management of Dehydration in

      The most useful individual signs for identifying dehydration in children are prolonged capillary refill time, abnormal skin turgor, and abnormal respiratory pattern However, clinical dehydration

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  • Diagnosis and Management of Dehydration in Children

      Diagnosis and Management of Dehydration in Children AMY CANAVAN, MD, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine, Falls Church, Virginia BILLY S ARANT, JR, MD, University of Tennessee

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  • Assessing Dehydration and Fluid Management

      Introduction Dehydration occurs when fluid output is greater than fluid inputInfants and children are at greater risk of developing dehydration than adults due to higher metabolic rates, inability to communicate thirst or selfhydrate effectively and greater water requirements per unit of weight (1,2) To add to this, many common conditions in younger age groups can result in dehydration

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  • List of Drugs that may cause Dehydration

    List of drugs associated with a side effect named as Dehydration and related drug information

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  • 144: Dehydration Reactions of Alcohols Chemistry

    Dehydration of Alcohols to Yield Alkenes One way to synthesize alkenes is by dehydration of alcohols, a process in which alcohols undergo E1 or E2 mechanisms to lose water and form a double bond The dehydration reaction of alcohols to generate alkene proceeds by heating the alcohols in the presence of a strong acid, such as sulfuric or phosphoric acid, at high temperatures

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  • How Dehydration Affects Your Body Composition

      Dehydration can lead to longterm health consequences as well High blood pressure is also common in people who are chronically dehydrated When the body’s cells are devoid of water, the brain sends a signal to the pituitary gland to secrete vasopressin (a chemical that causes constriction of the blood vessels) , which in turn causes blood

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  • Serum bicarbonate and dehydration severity in

      The concentration of bicarbonate was measured in serum samples from 106 children with gastroenteritis and dehydration A concentration less than 22 mmol/l was more common in children with severe dehydration, but the magnitude of bicarbonate reduction was not significantly different with increasing degrees of dehydration Doctors should not rely on the serum bicarbonate concentration

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