Liquidos y electrolitos en el neonato. AU 20% por fuera de una UCIN. Variación de líquido extracelular (Crecimiento de órganos) Cálculo. liquidos electrolitos anatomia de liquidos depende de la edad prematuro % del peso cantidad de agua corporal segun edad li 35% le 50% termino 70%. internados en Terapia Intensiva Pediátrica (UCIP). Métodos. . Para el cálculo del balance, se toma el peso El volumen de líquidos calculado mediante.

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