Peak rates of diuresis in healthy humans during oral fluid overload.

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OBJECTIVE To determine whether rates of intestinal fluid absorption and renal diuresis can match high rates of fluid ingestion in healthy humans exposed to oral fluid overload, thereby preventing the development of hyponatraemia either by reverse sodium movement across the intestine (the Priestley-Haldane effect) or by expansion of the extracellular fluid… (More)

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@article{Noakes2001PeakRO, title={Peak rates of diuresis in healthy humans during oral fluid overload.}, author={Timothy David Noakes and G. Wilson and D A Gray and Martin Lambert and Simon Dennis}, journal={South African medical journal = Suid-Afrikaanse tydskrif vir geneeskunde}, year={2001}, volume={91 10}, pages={852-7} }