Negative fluid balance means that a person is losing more fluids than they are taking in. If a person is diagnosed with this, they will be given intravenous fluids to keep them hydrated.
Usually positive fluid balance.
Type your answer here... digestive system works with the fluid balance and nutritions
The adrenal glands which are found on top of the kidneys help to adjust fluid balance through electrolyte balance. The posterior portion of the pituitary gland secretes anti diuretic hormone which also contributes to fluid balance in the body.
Kidneys play biggest role in fluid balance. They are part of the excretory system.
The electrolyte Sodium (Na+) is responsible for fluid homostasis.
The environmental conditions can affect your body fluid balance because it can cause you to sweat too much.
Patients in the hospital often have their I and O (Intake and Output) monitored. If a person puts out more fluid than is taken in that person is said to have a negative fluid balance. If the person takes in more than he puts out then he is said to have a positive fluid balance.
Total body water is 60% of body weight, Intracellular fluid is 40% of the body weight and extracellular fluid is 20% of the body weight.
The urinary system controls fluid balance in the body under the direction of the nervous and endocrine systems.