ECW

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AcronymDefinition
ECWExtreme Championship Wrestling
ECWEpiscopal Church Women
ECWEastern Championship Wrestling (formerly Extreme Championship Wrestling)
ECWEnglish Civil War
ECWEntente Cycliste de Wallonie (Belgian cycling club)
ECWeClinicalWorks (medical software; Westborough, MA)
ECWExtreme Cold Weather
ECWEnhanced Compressed Wavelet
ECWEnhanced Compressed Wavelet (Image compression format created by Earth Resource Mapping)
ECWExtracellular Water
ECWElectronic Control Weapon (law enforcement)
ECWEntertainment Culture Writing (publisher)
ECWEmergency Conservation Work act
ECWEnd Corporate Welfare (Longwood, FL)
ECWElectronic Combat Wing
ECWEnameled Copper Wire
ECWExtraction Configuration Wizard
ECWElliptical Cylindrical Waveguide
ECWEffluent Cooling Water
ECWElectronic Commerce World (magazine)
ECWElite Crimson Warriors (gaming clan)
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TBW: Total body water, ECW: Extracellular water, ICW: Intracellular water, BMR: Basal metabolic rate, BFMI: Body fat mass index, FFMI: Fat-free mass index.
Fever due to an influenza A infection outbreak in Amazonas demonstrated that patients with fever had a significantly increased reactance and decreased resistance and impedance that may be attributed to a decrease in the extracellular water body content.
Total body water and intracellular and extracellular water were also significantly decreased especially during 4 weeks, suggesting that weight reduction for 0-4 weeks from baseline was mainly dependent on water loss.
Since intracellular and extracellular water was equally reduced, reduction of both water might have been related with the reduction of body weight.
The fast distribution volume of glucose is not altered by insulin and it includes the plasma volume and extracellular water of highly perfused organs.
Prolonged overexpansion of extracellular water in ederly patients with sepsis.
([THORN] Body Mass Index 28.7 [+ or -] 5.8 28.3 [+ or -] 5.8 (p = 0.21) Basal Metabolic Rate 1898 [+ or -] 362 1847 [+ or -]478 * (Cal/day) (p =0.02) Lean Mass (lbs) 134.13 [+ or -] 25.7 131 [+ or -] 33.8 * (p =0.02) Fat Mass (lbs) 61.4 [+ or -] 28 63.1 [+ or -] 30 (p =0.14) Intracellular Water 23.5 [+ or -] 6.20 23.2 [+ or -] 6.2 (Liters) (p =0.31) Extracellular Water 20.6 [+ or -] 3.3 18.5 [+ or -] 5.8 (Liters) (p =0.05) TB Water (Liters) 44 [+ or -] 8.7 42.7 [+ or -] 11.3 * (p =0.04) Post 12 weeks mean [+ or -] S.D.
Extracellular water decreased near significantly (p = 0.05) from 20.6 Liters to 18.5 Liters, a 10% drop (Table III).
Consistent with this use of stored nutrients are shifts in intra- and extracellular water, and findings by Finn et al.
Assessing total body and extracellular water from bioelectrical bioelectrical response spectroscopy.
The extracellular water content is approximately 45% of the body weight in neonates compared with 20% in adults.
A physiologic decrease in extracellular water volume, as well as a transient increase in serum potassium and transient decreases in plasma glucose and total plasma ionized calcium concentrations must be taken into account.
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