EAH

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AcronymDefinition
EAHEngrossed Amendment House (legislation)
EAHEffective Address Higher Bits
EAHÉcole a l'Hôpital (French: School Hospital)
EAHEmployer Assisted Housing (US HUD)
EAHExercise-Associated Hyponatremia
EAHEntente Athlétique du Hainaut (French: Athletic Agreement of Hainaut; Hainaut, Belgium)
EAHEarly Administrative Hearing (UK)
EAHEscrime a l'Hôpital (French: Fencing Hospital)
EAHEspoir Autreville Harmonville (French sports club)
EAHEating in the Absence of Hunger
EAHEFREI Aides Humanitaires (French)
EAHEssential Arterial Hypertension
EAHEinstein At Home
EAHEducational Adaptive Hypermedia (computer-based learning)
EAHEnterprise Asset Health
EAHExcellence to Affordable Housing (San Rafael, CA)
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Statement of the third international exercise-associated hyponatremia consensus development conference, Carlsbad, California, 2015.
We then discussed with her the implications of the formulation on her treatment, the effects of her overvaluation of eating control, dietary restriction, and weight regain, and, in particular, the need for immediate interruption of exercising for skeletal healing and normalising exercise-associated hyponatremia. The patient was then assisted in creating a table outlining the "Pros and Cons of Change" and evaluating her reasons for and against excessive exercising.
Rosner, "Exercise-associated hyponatremia with rhabdomyolysis during endurance exercise," The Physician and Sportsmedicine, vol.
Exercise-associated hyponatremia (EAH) is a water-to-salt imbalance with a blood sodium concentration [Na+] less than 135 mmol/L during or after endurance sports, which may lead to fatal pulmonary and cerebral edema.
Consensus Document of the 1st International Exercise-Associated Hyponatremia (EAH) Consensus Symposium, Cape Town, South Africa 2005.
Exercise-associated hyponatremia (EAH) is an acute-onset imbalance in the tonicity of extracellular fluids during or after endurance exercise which results in a blood sodium concentration ([Na+]) of less than 135 mmol/L.
Thank you for raising some interesting questions in regards to the "Consensus Statement of the 1st International Exercise-Associated Hyponatremia Consensus Development Conference." First, let me clarify that this statement was formulated by a review of all evidenced-based literature; none of which took into account the ORP, pH, or ionization of the fluid ingested.
Michael Yessis regarding the Consensus Statement of the 1st International Exercise-Associated Hyponatremia Consensus Development Conference.
Over the past decade, exercise-associated hyponatremia (EAH) has emerged as an important complication of prolonged endurance activity (1-7).
The tentative agenda includes review of the Consensus Statement of the 1st International Exercise-Associated Hyponatremia Consensus Development Conference (see page 5) and junior marathon participation.
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