Electrolytes imbalance and their clinical outcomes in the intensive care unit: A prospective, observational study

2/2/2021 BACKGROUND: Various researchers have concluded in their work focusing on the essentiality of electrolyte imbalance admitting even under good medication conditions the prognosis of the patients with poor electrolyte imbalance was found challenging.

METHODS: This is a current prospective study. The medical information of the patients was obtained from the medical history chart and the reasonable study outcomes were justified.

RESULTS: The educational levels and lack of interest of the participants were identified to be negligible which also impacts the good maintenance of the electrolyte balance in the patients.

CONCLUSION: Electrolyte imbalance causes notable changes in the physiology of the body. A high quality of life ensures the proper maintenance of the electrolyte balance may prove to be essential.

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