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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If any of the instances above occur, women should break their fast immediately and drink water containing salt and sugar or an oral rehydration solution.
Cholera can be successfully treated with oral rehydration solution.
The curriculum incorporated local cultural norms and resources along with the WHO ORT/ZS guidelines on symptoms and severity of dehydration, differentiation of types of diarrhea, homemade oral rehydration solution (ORS), and dosages of zinc (16).
Four beverages have a significantly higher hydration index than water: oral rehydration solution, fat-free milk, whole milk and orange juice.
Additionally, Thrive+ After-Alcohol Aid, Thrive+ Oral Rehydration Solution, and the detailed science behind Thrive+ products are all available on their website, www.
The DOH has distributed oral rehydration solution (oresol), aqua tabs, chlorine and intravenous fluids to the affected areas.
At the lab, each drank a liter of ordinary water, sparkling water, Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, Powerade, orange juice, beer, hot black coffee, hot black tea, cold black tea, whole milk, fat-free milk, or Dioralyte, an oral rehydration solution sold by a pharmaceutical company for people with severe diarrhea.
5mg/kg body weight, orally three times a day for 5 days or until diarrhea stopped whichever came first] along with low osmolality oral rehydration solution and group B received low osmolality oral rehydration solution and a placebo.
After they were administrated a dose of an intravenous rehydration solution, their condition worsened and they were transferred to the public hospital.
Stool losses should be replaced with approximate volumes of oral rehydration solution, which is much safer than intravenous fluids.