Intravenous hydration provides the fluid that the body needs when a patient cannot take enough fluid by mouth. The contents of the infusion may include, alone or in combination, sterile water, glucose and electrolytes. It is given directly into veins by either a pump or gravity drip method.
|Purpose||Patients||Patients with evaluations||Perceived Effectiveness|
|Flu like symptoms||1||0||
|Superior Mesenteric Artery Syndrome||1||0||
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