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The Newborn's metabolic rate is high and extra energy is needed for maintenance of body temperature and growth. Transepithelial skin water is the major component and decreases with increase in post-natal age.
Intravenous nutrition is one of the major advances in neonatal surgery and will be required when it is obvious that the period of starvation will go beyond five days. This includes serving customers in restaurants and stores, and receiving clients or guests. Impaired ability to excrete a sodium load that can be amplify with surgical stress progressive renal retention of sodium. This information can be exchanged in person, in writing, or by telephone or e-mail.
They are susceptible to both sodium loss and sodium and volume overloading. This shift is interrupted with a premature birth. Neonatal renal function is generally adequate to meet the needs of the normal full-term infant but may be limited during periods of stress. The newborn's body surface area is relatively much greater than the adults and heat loss is a major factor.
This is increased during stress, cold, infection, surgery and trauma. The neonate is metabolically active and production of solute to excrete in the urine is high.
Renal characteristics of newborns are a low glomerular filtration rate and concentration ability limited urea in medullary interticium which makes them less tolerant to dehydration. Oral feeding is the best method and breast is best source.
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