normal fluid

normal fluid

[′nȯr·məl ′flü·əd]
(cryogenics)
The component of liquid helium II, postulated in the two-fluid theory, that has viscosity and behaves like an ordinary fluid.
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With this glaucoma type, cells that normally secrete proteins inexplicably start to secrete more and the proteins cluster, forming structures that are too big to pass through the eye's normal fluid outflow pathway.
SIAD is characterized by hyponatremia with a normal fluid volume.
1) Potassium helps control blood pressure by maintaining normal fluid and mineral balance.
I say to people, while they are ill they should at least consume their normal fluid intake and up to half again [i.
Maintaining normal fluid levels plays an important role in staying healthy during the holy month of Ramadan, according to Ashwak Mohamed, a dietitian at Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC).
The recommendation for normal fluid requirements is two litres daily.
the mismatch between a visible lesion on diffusion weighted imaging (DWI) and a normal fluid attenuated inversion recovery (FLAIR) image, to randomise patients waking up with stroke symptoms to either treatment with Alteplase or placebo.
Longer shelf life of UHT milk diminishes the need for refrigeration, due to which an increasing number of consumers are shifting towards UHT milk from normal fluid milk.
In tests drivers who were given only 25% of a normal fluid intake committed more than double the number of faults than drivers who were properly hydrated did.
Normal fluid replacement and subsequent hemodilution of the effective circulating blood volume support the need to have blood on reserve should the situation arise.
Elevated blood pressure and abnormal heart rhythms must be controlled, and patients must stay in normal fluid balance with the use of diuretics, such as Lasix.
People talk a lot about "staying hydrated," but the fact of the matter is that when faced with high temperatures, maintaining normal fluid volume inside your body requires more than just plain water.