kidney pain dehydration
kidney pain dehydration

kidney pain dehydration is suggested that the blood volume should be increased, and the saline solution or hypertonic saline intravenous drip will be used to correct the hypotonic state of the body fluid and to supplement the blood volume in view of the shortage of sodium or more water

kidney pain dehydration: refers to the body with a large number of water loss and Na+ induced extracellular fluid decrease according to the severity of the phenomenon can be pided into hypertonic dehydration, dehydration and osmotic dehydration 

hypertonic dehydration and dry dehydration dehydration is more than salt losing most of this is due to the high temperature and low permeability, a large number of sweating or fever as a result of excessive water loss and lack of due to the secretion of extracellular fluid infiltration pressure increases the antidiuretic hormone in patients with apparent thirst.

kidney pain hypertonic dehydration in patients with lower urinary tract symptoms lighter as early drinking water can be alleviated in serious cases can be used to patients with infusion the mass fraction of 5% glucose solution were treated with hypotonic dehydration.

 hypotonic dehydration and salt deficient dehydration or loss of salt than the water loss is mostly due to severe vomiting, diarrhea, bleeding Or large area burns as a result of water and salt loss also failed to complement due to osmotic pressure of extracellular fluid decreased secretion of antidiuretic hormone to reduce the amount of urine of the patients increased and no thirsty phenomenon easily illusion caused by this kind of situation is not dehydration methods saline to patients treated with isotonic input dehydration.

 isotonic dehydration is mixed water loss and salt losing degree about this kind of dehydration is the most common clinical such as vomiting, dehydration caused by diarrhea mostly belongs to this class of this method can be used to input with saline and the mass fraction of 5% glucose solution for treatment recommendations if dehydration symptoms should promptly go to hospital for treatment to avoid serious life-threatening consequences