2014
DOI: 10.1590/s0100-736x2014000200014 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Foram comparados os efeitos de soluções eletrolíticas com diferentes osmolaridades administradas via enteral por sonda nasoesofágica de pequeno calibre, em fluxo contínuo, sobre o perfil bioquímico em equinos. Foram utilizadas seis fêmeas adultas em dois quadrados latinos 6x3 simultâneos em modelo misto. Os animais foram distribuídos em três grupos e cada grupo submetido aos seguintes tratamentos: HipoMalt - 5g de cloreto de sódio, 0,5g de cloreto de potássio, 0,2g de pidolato de magnésio, 1g de gluconato de c… Show more

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“…Although the solutions had a lower amount of chloride (89 mmol/L) than plasma (90-106 mmol/L) (10,24), the serum chloride levels of the animals did not change in relation to T-12h. The increase of urinary excretion of chloride can be attributed to the renal mechanisms responsible for its reabsorption.…”
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“…Although the solutions had a lower amount of chloride (89 mmol/L) than plasma (90-106 mmol/L) (10,24), the serum chloride levels of the animals did not change in relation to T-12h. The increase of urinary excretion of chloride can be attributed to the renal mechanisms responsible for its reabsorption.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…Historically, it was assumed that isotonic electrolyte solutions with plasma-like osmolarity would improve intestinal absorption. Recent studies have shown that decreased tonicity of enteral rehydration solutions resulted in better effects on water and electrolyte absorption without causing adverse effects (10,11).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…Research, Society and Development, v. 9, n. 8, e133984300, 2020 (CC BY 4.0) | ISSN 2525-3409 | DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.33448/rsd-v9i8.4300 O potássio contribui para a manutenção da osmolaridade do fluido intracelular, encontrando-se uma percentagem muito reduzida do potássio corporal total livre no líquido extracelular. No entanto, pequenas alterações na concentração do potássio extracelular podem ter implicações clínicas muito graves, com efeitos principalmente na condução cardíaca (Ribeiro-Filho et al, 2014).…”
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“…In the PCO group, this result was associated with the low concentration of this carbohydrate in the commercial product's composition; in the animals in the control group, it was due to the absence of carbohydrates. The use of electrolytic solutions with an energetic substrate is essential, both in dehydrated, diseased animals and in animals that have lost fluid and electrolytes after exercise (RIBEIRO FILHO et al, 2014a), and is fundamental for restoring muscle glycogen and maintaining the animal's energy balance (WALLER et al, 2007).…”
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