Tuesday, March 16, 2010

When fluid infusion Needed And What The fluid infusion Weakness

Intravenous fluids to treat dehydration usually recommended in the five conditions:
1. Severe dehydration with or without signs of shock (reduced blood volume in
2. Fatigue, lethargy or coma
3. Uncontrolled vomiting
4. Decreased or absence of urine thrown in a long time
5. Complications of oral rehydration solution of any kind which could not be given

There are five main deficiencies of infusion fluids:
1. Expensive
2. It takes a person trained to provide the fluid in this way
3. Insufficiency of facilities in a remote area
4. The high risk of infection when technique-technique or the materials used are not clean
5. The possibility of over-hydration and inadequate hydration higher
compared with treatment with oral rehydration solution (ORS example)

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