Dehydration in infants

Dehydration in infants

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One often thinks "excessive heat" when one speaks about dehydration, nevertheless it can also be related to digestive disorders. It is to be watched in infants because it can be dangerous. A little recap on dehydration with this quiz.

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Dehydration is always linked to excessive heat.

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Although it is immediately associated with excessive heat, dehydration also has other causes. Characterized by a loss of water and mineral salts, it can have a digestive, urinary or cutaneous origin.



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