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Dyselectrolytemia is an imbalance in the required amount of electrolytes which are calcium, potassium, sodium, magnesium in the blood. The symptoms are vomiting, nausea, fatigue, seizures, headaches etc. This maybe a result of excessive loss of  body fluids which may in turn give rise to this disorder. The other reasons include incorrect medications, any inherent diseases etc.

One Life has a series to measure designed to prevent/reduce the factors triggering dyselectrolytemia, especially for geriatric patients. The recommendations for a patient having electrolyte disturbances are as follows:

  • The current levels are confirmed by repeating a test to gauge the level of electrolytes This is suggested by the One Life doctors
  • The necessary medications are provided – both IV and oral under the supervision of nursing care givers of One Life stationed with the patients.
  • The hydration status is assessed by the nursing care givers, and if required IV therapy may be started
  • In extreme cases, Haemodialysis may be indicated to ensure the safety of the patient.
  • The risk is more likely in alcoholics, patient with kidney problems, heart related problems, trauma, etc. Thus the patient is advised and rehabilitated by the doctors and nursing care givers of One Life for the same.

One Life is a one stop health and nursing care provider for critically ill patients like the one explained above and with home environment along with professional aid 24/7; patients are happy and peaceful to recover fast without complications.