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What does R-ORS stand for?

R-ORS stands for rice-based oral rehydration solution


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{02} Sucrose (ordinary sugar) may be substituted for dextrose in the dextrose-based oral rehydration solutions, but twice the amount of sugar is needed for near-equal efficacy. However, excessive use of dextrose or sucrose to increase palatability of the solution or to increase nutritive value for small children may exacerbate diarrhea, because of the osmotic effect of unabsorbed glucose. A solution with 2 to 2. 5% dextrose in the dextrose-based oral rehydration solutions is optimal for promoting coupled absorption of sodium from the intestine. {15} Rice-based oral rehydration solutions.
Patra FC, Mahalanabis D, Jalan KN, et al. Is oral rice electrolyte solution superior to glucose electrolyte solution in infantile diarrhea? Arch Dis Child 1982;57:910-2. 56. Santosham M, Fayad IM, Hashem M, et al. A comparison of rice-based oral rehydration solution and ``early feeding'' for the treatment of acute diarrhea in infants. J Pediatr 1990;116:868-75. 57. Molla AM, Ahmad SM, Greenough WB III.
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