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eu·hy·dra·tion

(yū-hī-drā'shŭn),
Normal state of body water content; absence of absolute or relative hydration or dehydration.
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euhydration

(ū-hī-drā′shŭn)
A normal amount of water in the body.
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Table 1 shows the measures of WBGT and hydration status, including BM and urine osmolarity.
During the baseline phase, hydration status and anthropometric measures were assessed on all participants as one group.
Data for elite young European soccer players undertaking typical training in a temperate environment is not available; therefore, further study into hydration status and fluid balance in this sample is warranted.
Therefore, despite the fact that measuring BM variation provides a simple estimate of post-race hydration status in athletes (Maughan et al., 2007; McGarvey et al., 2010), it is not always a reliable measure.
The cause was linked to the way the body's vasopressin a hormone is released to help regulate the body's hydration status throughout the day, as well as during night-time sleeping hours.
A hormone called vasopressin is released to help regulate the body's hydration status. It is released throughout the day, as well as during nighttime sleeping hours, which is what the researchers focused on for this study.
Conclusion: Ondansetron markedly improved the hydration status and drinking ability of the children by reducing nausea and vomiting.
Inability to assess the hydration status of the patients clinically (only the BUN/Cr status was used to reflect the hydration status).
The team tested the volunteers' urine before they exercised and divided them into two groups-normal hydration and dehydrated-based on their hydration status.
Upon arrival at the lab, urinary specific gravity (USG) was measured via refractometry (Reichert-Jung TS Meter Refractometer, Model # 10400A) to assess hydration status. If the USG reading was greater than 1.015, the subject drank 1 L of tap water (2,24).
Unlike the fragile, rigid form factor of traditional microcontrollers, the flexible Arduino can enable rapid innovation in flexible and wearable devices for applications, including monitoring hydration status, glucose levels, heart rate and more.