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intake and output

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what are the functions of body fluids?
environment for chemical changes in cell
keep body temp stable, gives form and structure to body tissue
signs and symptoms of dehydration
sunken eyes, no tears, poor skin turgor, lacks elasticity, muscle weakness, oliguria
symptoms and signs of fluid overload
edema in the ankles hands and face
"wet" lung sounds
weight gain
what discrepancy accounts for 45 to 75% of body fluid weight?
age and body fat
average intake and output for average size adult
intake 2000ml-2500ml daily
output 1500ml-2000ml daily
below 600ml is of concern
hypovolemia
decrease in blood volume
hypervolemia
increase in blood volume
edema
swelling
ascites
excess fluid in the space between tissue lining abdomen and abdominal organs
parental
administration by iv or im injection
enteral
absorption of drug through gastrointestinal tract
oliguria
low output of urine, decrease in urine
anuria
non passage of urine, suspension of urine
polyuria
excessive or abnormally large passage of urine
polydipsia
excessive thirst
insensible fluid loss
fluid loss and gain perspiration and respiration
intracellular
inside the cell
intravascular
inside the blood vessels