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In auto sales, a slang term for false equity. For example, water occurs when a car owner claims $3,000 in equity on a vehicle when she only has $1,500 in equity.
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Keating JP, Schears GJ, Dodge PR: Oral water intoxication in infants: an American epidemic.
Signs Of water intoxication include lethargy, bloating, vomiting, loss of coordination (stumbling, falling, staggering), restlessness, increased salivation, pale gums, dilated pupils, and glazed eyes.
Water intoxication, a dangerous situation, can occur in various clinical settings involving excessive water intake and impaired renal excretion of free water.
Acute water intoxication after intranasal desmopressin in a patient with primary polydispsia.
This is also known as water intoxication or over-hydration, and can be extremely serious.
The only exception is if you drink way too much, you may develop a rare but serious condition called water intoxication.
In fact, obstetric patients should drink something with electrolytes in it rather than just water to avoid water intoxication, which has been known to occur.
Water intoxication, especially in babies, can cause sodium in the blood to plummet, causing seizures, brain damage and, in severe cases, death.
Dartmouth College recently banned water pong, which Dartmouth Community Director Kristin Deal told Time "can be just as dangerous, if not more so," than beer pong, given the possibility of water intoxication.
Fluid administration combined with desmopressin therapy must be managed carefully to avoid the complication of dilutional hyponatremia or water intoxication (excess electrolyte-free water) (Bohn, Davids, Friedman, & Halperin, 2005; Taylor & Durward, 2004).
Water intoxication occurs when there's an imbalance between the amount we drink and what the kidneys can excrete.