Avoiding dehydration – a risk for babies and children in hot weather

Avoiding dehydration – a risk for babies and children in hot weather

With the hot weather still here for a few weeks to come, our QSMC registered practice nurse Kate Tiller advises it’s important to be particularly aware of dehydration. Dehydration happens when your body loses more fluid than it’s been taking in. Kate, who holds qualifications and experience in paediatric nursing,  is keen for parents and carers to be aware that infants and children are at greater risk of becoming dehydrated. See Kate’s article and download The Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne fact sheet.

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