Hidratación Parenteral. Solución de Dextrosa: Isotónica: 5% en agua aporte calórico K/cal x litro – Hipertónica: 10% en agua aporte. mismo criterio si puede ingerir líquidos. Cuando esté indicada la hidratación parenteral, se comenzará el aporte de agua y electrólitos según. Las soluciones de electrolitos se administran por vía intravenosa, para cubrir las necesidades normales de líquidos y electrolitos o para reponer déficits.

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