REHYDRO – rehydration

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Oral rehydration is the first line in acute diarrhoea treatment, according to recommendations of World Health Organisation (WHO). Oral rehydration is important for the compensation of fluids and electrolytes, which are lost during the diarrhoea. It has been scientifically proven that the administration of oral rehydration prevents the possible complications and speed up the recovery. If you rehydrate yourself, you will recover your vitality, freshness, and energy faster.

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Dissolve the powder in the sachet in 200 ml of boiled and cooled water. The powder can also be dissolved in bottled water. Do not dissolve the powder in other liquids (juice, tea, milk…) because you will change the osmotic concentration of the solution and the solution will not have the same efficiency. Take the solution in smaller portions.

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Oral rehydration is the first line in acute diarrhoea treatment. It must to be applied if you have more than three diarrhoea per day.

Oral rehydration is also recommended in people with high temperature, who are vomiting or have burns. In all of these situations the body losing a great deal of water and electrolytes that need to be compensate. It is needed to prevent dehydration.

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Oral solution needs to be administrated in smaller portions. The amount of liquid depends on the severity of dehydration and the body mass of the patient. On the package and in the leaflet is given the easy table with an overview of dose in children.