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Unformatted text preview: b.iii.2.a. Stimulate metabolic activity b.iii.2.b. Artificial burst b.iii.2.c. Interrupt as suppressant for appetite C) H2O Balance 3L Input= -gained by consuming fluids 1 L-solid foods (meat) 1 L-water of metabolism (comes from oxygen combining with hydrogen) L Output=-kidney 1 L-skin 1 L-feces L-exhaling L D) H2O imbalance a. Dehydration (too little) a.i. Bleeding a.ii. Fever (elevates temp. and causes sweat) a.iii. Vomit a.iv. Diarrhea a.v. Dyuria (too much urine lost) a.v.1. Urinary tract a.v.2. kidney infection b. Edema (too much water) b.i. Nutrient deficiency (bloating stomach in children) b.ii. Beri beri b.iii. Organ failure (kidney failure) b.iv. Medication (steroids) b.v. Psychopolydipsia (uncontrollable urge to consume water) b.vi. Electrolyte imbalance (sodium)...
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