Dehydration Treatment Throughout Florida
Night Lite Pediatrics Urgent Care is a Specialty Walk-in Medical Center Dedicated to Newborns, Children and Adolescence through 21 Years of Age. We Are Conveniently Located Throughout Florida and Open 3PM-11PM Monday to Friday and 11AM-11PM Saturday and Sunday in Jacksonville, Port St. Lucie and Melbourne. Our Locations in the Greater Orlando Area Are Open 4PM– 12AM Monday to Friday and 12PM-12AM Saturday and Sunday.
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Dehydration can be a serious problem if it is not treated quickly. At Night Lite Pediatrics Urgent Care in Florida, we provide dehydration treatments for children of all ages. With convenient walk-in locations throughout the state of Florida, you and your family can rely on our dedicated team of professional staff and pediatric doctors to provide the high-quality dehydration treatments your child needs and deserves.
Making sure your child takes in an adequate amount of fluids everyday is important to their overall health and well-being, as well as the function of key organs and systems in their growing bodies. Adequate hydration is vital to brain function and development, as well as important to the vascular system and ensuring proper absorption of key nutrients so that your child’s body can develop and mature properly.
Sometimes, despite your best efforts to ensure your child drinks enough fluids, other factors can cause them to suffer from dehydration. When this happens, it is very important to ensure they receive the care and treatment they need as quickly as possible. At Night Lite Pediatrics Urgent Care, our experienced doctors and medical professionals can offer advanced dehydration treatments to help your child feel better and get back to living an active life as quickly as possible. With walk-in clinics throughout Florida that are open 7 days a week, your child can always receive the quality treatment they need.
When your child suffers from acute gastroenteritis, the vomiting and diarrhea can sometimes lead to dehydration. At Night Lite Pediatrics Urgent Care, we offer oral rehydration and anti-vomiting medication that can significantly increase the amount of fluids your child is able to maintain, in addition working to control the symptoms that can make your child uncomfortable. Antiemetics such as Zofran can be extremely effective in controlling vomiting. Our pediatricians can also offer intravenous fluids to help rehydrate children who suffer from more intense dehydration symptoms. For children who are suffering from abdominal pain, we can perform digital x-rays onsite, as well as offer referrals for ultrasounds or CT scans if necessary.
When your child begins vomiting or exhibiting diarrhea, it is very important to monitor them for signs of dehydration. These signs include extreme fatigue, dry skin, decreased volume or very yellow urine, increased thirst, headache and dizziness, as well as dry mouth. It is vital for parents to be able to understand their child’s normal function so that dehydration symptoms can be noticed early and brought to the attention of an experienced pediatrician. When symptoms of dehydration are noticed, every attempt should be made to rehydrate them as quickly as possible. Prolonged dehydration can be dangerous, and even deadly if left untreated for too long.
If your child exhibits signs of dehydration, trust the experienced pediatric doctors at Night Lite Pediatrics Urgent Care to provide vital rehydration. We treat children of all ages, from newborns to those up to 21 years of age. Our convenient locations in Jacksonville, Port St. Lucie, Melbourne, and the Greater Orlando Area are open 7 days a week and provide treatment on a walk-in basis, so your child can receive the care they need when they need it most. Dehydration symptoms should be treated as quickly as possible, so don’t waste time waiting for an appointment, seek immediate treatment at Night Lite Pediatrics Urgent Care.