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significant impact on children’s preference for a specific product. This influence can help reduce the salt intake in the daily diet of children and also adjust children to a lower saltdiet later in life.
We found that salt reduction does not affect the rating of satisfaction with the offered product significantly. This was a step towards reducing salt intake in the daily diet of children, and adapting children to less salty dishes.
The environment outside the kindergarten has an important impact on children. The role of adults, parents and
; a low-saltdiet should be provided, with 2–3 g/day being appropriate. The water intake of patients with cardiac edema is generally not limited, but the elderly with renal edema should not drink excessive water. If the daily urine output is <500 mL, then the intake of liquid should be restricted, and the water intake for severe cases should be based on the output of urine. The elderly with edema in their lower extremities should reduce their standing or sitting time and attempt to lie flat if possible, with the lower limbs raised to reduce the edema; the elderly
disease in about 15% of patients. [ 19 , 21 ] LMWH is the preferred initial anticoagulant followed by vitamin K antagonists (target INR between 2 and 3). [ 9 ] Ascites is managed with diuretics and low saltdiet. Underlying prothrombotic conditions should be extensively looked for and be treated promptly.
Primarily data shows that new oral anticoagulants (NOACs) are effective and safe in patients with splanchnic venous thrombosis and cirrhosis; however, there are no data to support their usage in patients with BCS as yet. [ 22 ]