Lecture 8- Glucose - Lecture8:Glucose 02/01/201013:17:00...

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Lecture 8: Glucose 02/01/2010 13:17:00 Symptoms (in Adults) o Thirst  o Less frequent urination  Urine is dark o Dry skin o Fatigue o Light-Headedness  Symptoms (in Children) o Dry mouth and tongue  o No tears when crying o No wet diapers for 3 hours or more o Sunken abdomen, eyes, or cheeks o High fever o Listlessness and irritability  o Skin that does not flatten when pinched and released  Treatment for Diarrhea o Replenish water and electrolytes (the salts: potassium and sodium). o To maintain electrolyte levels, consume Broth or soups, which contain sodium Fruit juices, soft fruits, or vegetables, which contain potassium. o For children, rehydration supplements Pedialyte, Ceralyte, and Infalyte Diverticula 
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Pouches located in the large intestine  Different than polyps (polyps go in) Causes  o age  o low fiber diet
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Lecture 8- Glucose - Lecture8:Glucose 02/01/201013:17:00...

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