hypotonic fluids at greater than maintenance rates.
isotonic fluid or possibly smaller volumes of hypotonic fluid advocated instead.
Another source of concern that parents face is addressing the special needs of their hypotonic child.
hypotonic sports water drink.
hypotonic solutions can kill.
hypotonic sports drink is a good idea.
In the final phase, the patient is hypotonic for several years.
Hypotonic infants, therefore, have a typical "floppy" appearance.
In some hypotonic infants, sucking is weak and in some cases not present at all.
Most hypotonic children eventually improve with therapy and time.
The key to diagnosing a hypotonic infant is a neurodevelopment examination.
A hypotonic infant who is not weak has low tone because of a central nervous disorder.
While most children tend to flex their elbows and knees when resting, hypotonic children hang their arms and legs limply by their sides.
Some hypotonic children also have trouble feeding and are unable to suck or chew for long periods.
Hypotonic infants who matured into children with minimal disabilities were highly likely to have poor motor coordination at age three (78%).
They must exercise special care when lifting and carrying the hypotonic infant to avoid causing an injury to the child.
If lifted under the armpits, the hypotonic infant's arms will raise with no resistance and easily slip between the hands.
A muscle that is tensed and contracted is hypertonic, while excessively loose muscles are hypotonic.
Infants with normal tone can be lifted by placing hands under their armpits, but hypotonic infants tend to slip between the hands as their arms rise unresistingly upward.
The world of typical children can be a difficult place for a hypotonic child, and it is tempting to isolate the child.
Parents of a hypotonic child must follow the treating physician's orders for treatment of the underlying cause.
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