- •Risk of dehydration and malnutrition is common during hospitalization.
- •Despite fluid therapy, hydration status may not improve during acute hospitalization.
- •Fluid volume coming from oral sources predicts hydration status at discharge.
- •Including enteral and parenteral fluids may not predict hydration status at discharge.
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