translocation of body fluids. Shifts from the lower body to the upper part of the body occur under conditions of actual and simulated weightlessness and have the effect of reducing the total body water content and producing a temporary hypovolaemic state. Shifts are also seen following haemodialysis and are caused by electrolyte imbalances.
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... something in there that needs to be extracted because the emission of fluids from this leg is to fast to keep up with. It does not matter if the ... nothing BUT I think not with this leg still weeping. I work 12 hour shifts, and it can be really fast paced in a hospital. This doctor was an ...
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