Water, Water Everywhere: Dehydration in the Elderly
Dehydration is a common disorder in the frail elderly patient. Understanding the mechanisms by which fluid and electrolyte abnormalities occur, as well as the implications of specific laboratory values, is key to providing optimal diagnosis and treatment. Management of fluid abnormalities relies on gradual rehydration with the proper fluids to restoreboth fluid and electrolytes.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: November 1, 2005
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