rehydration solution

rehydration solution

A fluid used to manage severe bacterial–eg, V cholerae, E coli, or viral–eg, rotavirus diarrhea Types Glucose-based, which ↑ intestinal resorption of fluids and electrolytes; rice-syrup-based solution, which also ↓ stool output
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11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- DripDrop, a new, pharmacist approved rehydration solution for children, adults, and seniors, is now available at Ralphs, part of the Kroger family of companies.
You can also give them a sports drink or an oral rehydration solution to help replace the salt and fluid they've lost by sweating.
After they were administrated a dose of an intravenous rehydration solution, their condition worsened and they were transferred to the public hospital.
Once grown and harvested, the rice kernel is processed to extract and purify the proteins for use in oral rehydration solution for treating diarrhea, which is surpassed only by respiratory diseases as the leading infectious killer of children under the age of five in developing countries.
A rehydration solution to combat dehydration (losing water, sugars and minerals through diarrhoea or vomiting) can help.
Workers involved in outdoor activities should have at least four litres of oral rehydration solution (ORS) or lemon water mixed with salt per day.
Till now, the health ministry has supplied 150 metric tonnes of medicines, 3,500,000 chlorine tablets, 50,000 IV fluids ( DNS), 50,000 Dextrose five per cent fluid, 50,000 Ringer Lactate, 50,000 normal saline and 2,70,000 Oral Rehydration Solution sachets.
Encouraging frequent intake of small amounts of liquid such as clear fluids or oral rehydration solution should help to prevent this.
Oral rehydration solution stands among the most lifesaving discoveries of the 20th century.
Lactobacillus GG administered in oral rehydration solution in children with acute diarrhoea: a multi-centre European trial.
The medical director implemented the World Health Organization cholera treatment protocols, which included oral rehydration solution for patients with moderate dehydration and intravenous Ringer's lactate solution and antimicrobial drugs for the patients with severe dehydration (2).
Sanitation messages include the importance of using latrines and night soil disposal for example; food safety messages include heating up stored food properly; and rehydration therapy to treat diarrhoea includes a demonstration on how to prepare the rehydration solution WSS (water-salt-flour solution) in the absence of ORS (oral rehydration salts).