Q1. under wwhat condition does a patient need to be on a drip of glucose?how does glucose help the patient recover?Till when does a patient need to be given glucose?

Q2. can we survive only on raw,leafy vegetables/grass? discuss.

Q3.why do cattles cannot chew food properly at the time they take the food in?

You may refer to the answer given by your friend Hariharan!

 

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Under fainting condition a patient need to be on a drip of glucose . It gives the patient energy to recover. when does the patient feel that he got energy and he could stand and gets relief.

Yes, we can because raw,leafy vegetables and grass are nutrious and contain certain proteins.(not more than 3 days).

Cattles are unable to digest plants materials directly because they do not have enzymes to break down cellulose in the cell walls.

These animals have stomachs , the food is chewed and swallowed quickly.

this the reason for cattles cannot chew food properly at the time they take the food in.

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