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what is 'increased salt and fluid intake'?

Definition for Increased salt and fluid intake

Increased salt and fluid intake is a medical procedure used for such diagnoses as: Addison's disease, congenital adrenal hyperplasia and hypoaldosteronism.

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Addison's disease
adrenal gland insufficiency
congenital adrenal hyperplasia
inherited deficiency of adrenal hormones
decreased levels of aldosterone
multiple system atrophy
degenerative disorder of the nervous system
acute adrenocortical insufficiency
decreased production of hormones from adrenal gland

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dexamethasone injection(dexasone)
fludrocortisone(florinef acetate , fludrocortisone acetate)
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