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- Hypernatremia, also spelled hypernatraemia, is a high concentration of sodium in the blood. Early symptoms may include a strong feeling of thirst, weakness...
- imbalances, both total body water and total body sodium must be considered. Hypernatremia means that the concentration of sodium in the blood is too high. An...
- generally a consequence of hypernatremia—an abnormally high sodium level in the blood. (There are myriad causes of hypernatremia, which is frequently encountered...
- and is usually resolved with oral rehydration. Dehydration can cause hypernatremia (high levels of sodium ions in the blood) and is distinct from hypovolemia...
- electrolytes are not monitored (even in an ambulatory patient), either hypernatremia or hyponatremia may result. Some neurological/psychiatric medications...
- regimen of total parenteral nutrition is indicated. In patients with hypernatremia and euvolemia, free water can be replaced using either 5% D/W or 0.45%...
- drugs take advantage of this mechanism to treat medical conditions like hypernatremia and hypertension, which involve excess blood volume. Excess natriuresis...
- compartment increases the sodium concentration, a condition called hypernatremia. Isotonic loss of water and sodium from the ECF compartment decreases...
- further delay for other investigations. Leukocytosis, hypokalemia, hypernatremia, and acidosis may be present, but they are not specific findings. Abdominal...
- be seen in conditions such as diabetes insipidus and may result in hypernatremia. It can occur as the result of abnormalities in the hypothalamus, pituitary...
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