Cambios de paradigmas? Ricardo Iramain Palabras clave: Fluido de mantenimiento, fluido parenteral, hiponatremia. Citas 1. The maintenance need for water in parenteral fluid therapy. Intravenous Maintenance fluids revisited. Ped Emergency Care.
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Cambios de paradigmas? Ricardo Iramain Palabras clave: Fluido de mantenimiento, fluido parenteral, hiponatremia. Citas 1. The maintenance need for water in parenteral fluid therapy. Intravenous Maintenance fluids revisited. Ped Emergency Care. Yung M, Keeley S. Randomised controlled trial of intravenous maintenance fluids.
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Hidratación y nutrición artificial
Hidratación parenteral en Pediatría. Cambios de paradigmas?
Para estar sano, el cuerpo necesita agua al igual que necesita alimentos. Nuestros cuerpos obtienen nutrientes de los alimentos que comemos. Hay 2 formas de reemplazar fluidos en alguien que los necesita. La primera forma es poner el fluido directamente en una vena. La otra forma es ponerlo debajo de la piel.