Sign up to make the most of YourDictionary
By signing in, you agree to our Terms and Conditions
We'll see you in your inbox soon.
Since copious vomiting and diarrhea can quickly lead to dehydration, the animal is typically hospitalized and rehydrated by administering IV fluids that contain a balance of electrolytes.
Children must be rehydrated very gradually; this can be done orally in mild hyperglycemia and over an extended period (30 to 36 hours) of intravenous administration with severe hyperglycemia.
If you're not feeling right, take advantage of rest stations and take time to cool yourself down and get rehydrated.