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Imbalance

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They were regularly monitored for the presence or later development of electrolyte imbalance. A detailed history and thorough physical examination was done.
Soaking in the thalassotherapy pools instantly corrects electrolyte imbalances common after vigorous training and/or competition.
IF you are in good health overall and you eat a balanced diet, you should have no problems with electrolyte imbalance under normal circumstances.
According to Philippine Red Cross personnel from Katigbak Drive to National Museum, they extended assistance to 80 individuals who sustained minor injuries, while four others had major injuries such as electrolyte imbalance, difficulty of breathing and lacerations.
The brain damage may lead to intellectual impairment, mental retardation, hearing loss and electrolyte imbalance. Invasive meningococcal infections can be complicated by arthritis, inflammation of the heart muscle, inflammation of the posterior chamber of the eye or chest infection.
Dr Muhammad Naeem said, 'The high levels of humidity in the air can cause excessive sweating which results in electrolyte imbalance (the imbalance of salts).
In the initial report, pancreatitis and an electrolyte imbalance were revealed to be the cause of her death as she reportedly fell on her pelvis and hip area.
Catastrophic electrolyte imbalance caused by excessive production and over-drainage of cerebrospinal fluid in an infant with choroid plexus papilloma.
Low-salt diets can also cause seniors to suffer from mild hyponatremia, an electrolyte imbalance in the blood that can lead directly to walking impairment, attention deficits and a much higher frequency of falls.
Failure to do so can quickly lead to abscess, electrolyte imbalance, hydronephrosis, and urosepsis.

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