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Restriction

1. See: Credit control.

2. See: Exchange control.

3. See: Import control.

restriction

A limitation on the use of property, usually contained in the deed, in restrictive covenants appearing in the real estate records,or by virtue of local ordinances.

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Treatment usually consists of fluid restriction together with treatment of the underlying disease.
(2004) Psychological Factors Influencing Thirst & Drinking in Haemodialysis Patients on a Fluid Restriction. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 32(3), 347-352.
When implementing change toward fluid restriction adherence, patient accountability is the key.
Indeed, the role of these mechanisms in producing hyponatremia is indirectly supported by correction of hyponatremia achieved via solute refeeding (sodium and proteins) and fluid restriction. Moreover, we would tend to exclude the role of excessive fluid intake in our patient, as she did not report it in her drinking history.
Cody14 found out that the incidence of postoperative urinary retention can be reduced by perioperative intravenous fluid restriction. They also found association of postoperative urinary retention with narcotic analgesia.
Clinical risk factors suggested to inluence constipation: * medication * lifestyle * fluid restriction especially in HD patients * dietary fibre restriction.
Nurses monitor fluid intake and output to assess renal function, and they also assist the patient to maintain fluid restriction if needed.
Regardless of study limitations, the findings suggest that when clients are provided with individualized training on renal pathophysiology, complications, medications, dietary and fluid restrictions, thirst control, and stress management combined with goal setting and verbal persuasion, physiological and psychological outcomes improved (Tsay, 2003; Tsay et al., 2005).
The patient was placed on fluid restriction. Initial serum and urine osmolalities were 262 mmol/kg (262 mOsm/kg) and 265 mmol/kg (265 mOsm/kg), respectively.
Most patients vomited during and after dialysis and suffered headaches and severe cramps, particularly if they exceeded their 500 ml fluid restriction. Fluid compliance was more common; I suspect because of the dire consequences of fluid removal of greater than 1.5 litres.
In addition, several cases series with reports of both symptomatic and asymptomatic hyponatremia among patients with respiratory infections were identified in the literature, and all were successfully treated with fluid restriction, the investigators noted.