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    Electrolyte Disorders, Pediatric Electrolytes are minerals found in the body’s blood and tissues in the form of dissolved salts. Electrolyte disorders occur when there is an imbalance between the amount of water and essential minerals in the blood, urine, and other bodily fluids. When this happens, it can affect the normal function of the brain, heart, liver, and other organs. Your child gets electrolytes from foods and drinks. Electrolytes function to: • Keep the amount of fluids in the body in balance. • Help your child’s muscles, body organs and nerves work properly. • Help your child develop bones and teeth. When your child’s body has too much water or not enough water, it can cause abnormally high or low levels of certain electrolytes,…

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    DISCUSSION: In this investigation, the effect of electrolyte concentration, depth of electrode immersion in electrolyte, and distance between electrodes in electrolyte, on the current flow through copper electrodes were tested. Table 1 and Graph 1 display the results when increasing electrolyte concentration. Evident in Graph 1, the results contained scatter, and consisted of an outlier in the sample in which the ratio of NaCl: deionised water was 10:30mL. The outlier and scatter may have been…

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    Electrolytes

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    Have you ever wondered what electrolytes do for your body, or even what they are? I have come to know that electrolytes play a major role in your lives. Electrolytes control the bodies fluid balance and many other important jobs. Although what exactly are they and what all do they ensure for the body? Electrolytes are more imperative than we appreciate. Electrolytes have minerals in your blood and other body fluids that carry an electric charge. The minerals in major electrolytes found…

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    Gatorade Pros And Cons

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    blood pressure over time” (Schaefer). If an athlete is not doing an intense workout the sugar they are taking in is not going to help them re-energize, it is just storing the fat inside of you and causing you to gain weight. Another side effect would be high blood pressure, which is caused by high amounts of salts and in Gatorade, there is 800milligrams which is 33% of what you should be consuming daily (Schaefer). Yes, you lose sodium when you sweat, but if you are taking it during and hours…

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    Floating Slimes Essay

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    amorphous and typically have compositions of Sb-As-O and Bi-As-O, precipitated in the electrolyte, rather than on the surface of anodes 17. Like the small anode slime particles that are liberated from the anode slimes layer, these floating slimes are generally small and, therefore, are suspended in the solution. They can be transported to the cathode by the fluid flow in an electrorefining cell and get entrapped on the cathode. Some studies on its formation and deposition mechanism and…

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    the tests show that it improves performance I may want to start drinking sports drinks to enhance myself during these activities. Background: This lab is designed to test if a sports drink is more efficient at lowering blood pressure than regular water. Sports drinks are beverages that are intended to help athletes to replace water, energy, and electrolytes before and after activity. Electrolytes are substances that aid to trigger and sustain the heart’s electrical impulses. Some electrolytes…

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    Dug Wells Research Paper

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    Electrolytes consist of ions in a solution; referred to ionic solutions. Life forms require a balance of electrolytes in their cell structures. In humans this balance is regulated by hormones. Disruption of this balance leads to health problems. Electrolytes are useful for electrical batteries and fuel cells. Electrolytes commonly exist as solutions of acids, bases, or salts. Some gases act as electrolytes under conditions of high temperature of low pressure. Solutions are formed when a salt is…

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    Water and sports drinks are both good choices to remain hydrated during excercise. Proper hydration is one of the biggest concerns, considering the human body loses plenty of water that needs to be replaced. The body uses water to regulate body temperature, transport oxygen and nutrients and dispose of wastes. Lack of nutrients and water causes the body to become dehydrated. Dehydration leads to dizziness, cramps and fatigue and at an even more serious level such as heat stroke and heat…

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    Acute Kidney Failure

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    care setting, either as presenting aetiology, or sustained through the course of a disease process within the setting of multi-organ dysfunction. The underlying mechanisms of ARF includes decrease in the kidney's ability to excrete nitrogenous waste, manage electrolytes, regulate intravascular volume, and assist with maintenance of the acid -base status.(Bellomo, Kellum, &Ronco, 2012) . The key assessments used in monitoring renal function are urine output, serum creatinine and urea…

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    of dehydration too like dry gums and tongue, lethargy, and thick rope-like saliva. If your dog is not yet vomiting, you can treat it in your own homes because the case is still mild. Simply give small amounts of water to your pet. You can give 1 tsp for little dogs and 1-2 tbsp for larger dogs every 10 minutes for some hours. Do not give your dog free access to liquids as he may take too much in one drink which can lead to vomiting, and will result to more electrolytes loss. However, if you…

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