publication . Article . 2008

Hydration Status of Adult Population of Yazd

MH Lotfi; M Shakiba; S Jafary-Nodushan;
Open Access Persian
  • Published: 01 Jul 2008 Journal: Majallah-i Dānishgāh-i ’Ulūm-i Pizishkī-i Shahīd Ṣadūqī Yazd (issn: 2228-5741, eissn: 2228-5733, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Shahid Sadoughi University of Medical Sciences
Abstract
Introduction: Water is an essential nutrient for life. It comprises 75% of total body weight in infants,60% in adult males and 50% in adult females. Decrease in body water is commonly known as dehydration. Acute or chronic dehydration is a common condition in some population groups, especialy the elderly and those who participate in physical activity in warm enviroments. Potential consequences of dehydration include constipation,urinary tract and respiratory infection,urinary stone disease and there might also be an association between a low habitual fluid intake and some carcinomas,cardiovascular disease and diabetes. Many indices have been investigated to esta...
Subjects
free text keywords: Dehydration, Urine specific gravity, Refractometer, Urine color, Medicine (General), R5-920
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