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my patient has a deficiency of sodium and chlorides . she is 73 years old and is drowzy / sleeping most of the time . please let me know what should be done to revive her alertness .

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Q: How do you correct sodium and chlorides deficiency?
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How do you correct sodium and chloride deficiency?

by eating sodium and chloride


Does sodium and magnesium form convalent chlorides?

No, they form ionic chlorides.


What is sodium chlorides group name?

Sodium chloride is a salt.


Sodium chlorides formula?

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What is sodium chlorides formula?

The chemical formula of sodium chloride is NaCl.


What is sodium chlorides melting point?

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What is sources of calcium and sodium in oceans?

Ocean water contain sodium and calcium chlorides.


Why sodium chlorides electrical conductivity is increases with increase in temperature?

Solid sodium chloride is neutral.


Difference between hartmann's and sodium chloride?

The Hartmannn solution contain sodium lactate and sodium, potassium, calcium chlorides.


What is a soluble chloride?

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What are examples of molten salts?

For example chlorides of sodium, calcium, potassium.


What is deicing salts?

Deicing salts are chlorides of sodium, calcium, magnesium.


What is the deficiency of sodium?

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Can a deficiency of sodium lead to anemia?

Anemia is a deficiency of iron in the blood.


What salts are in urine?

Normal urine contain sodium, potassium and calcium chlorides.


Why is the Dissolution of salts endothermic?

Not obligatory; the dissolution of sodium, calcium, potassium chlorides are exothermic.


Does salts melt snow?

Sodium, calcium and potassium chlorides are used to melt snow.


What are the salts present in sweat?

Important salts are the chlorides of sodium, calcium, potassium and magnesium.


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What are the dissolved salts in the ocean called?

The salts are: sodium, potassium, magnesium and calcium chlorides.


Is NH4Cl and NaCl a chemical change?

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What blood test measures for sodium potassium and chlorides?

The chem panel or smac checks for eletrolytes like sodium, potassium, and chloride.


Why does a dog lick rocks?

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Is sodium deficiency common?

It is relatively uncommon


What is sodium chlorides boiling point?

The boiling point of sodium chloride is 1413 °C, 1686 K & 2575 °F.