- n. alternative spelling of hyponatremia.
“These include metabolic derangements such as hyponatraemia, as well as infections, central nervous system (CNS) disorders, drugs and toxins, systemic conditions such as hepatic encephalopathy, and psychiatric conditions.”
“In 2007, David Rogers, a fitness instructor, suffered hyponatraemia – water intoxication – and died after drinking too much water after his first London marathon.”
“The excessive use of salt-free intravenous solutions can lead to hyponatraemia in both mother and child.”
“Iatrogenic hyponatraemia of the newborn due to maternal fluid overload; a prospective study.”
“Better yet, force him on no-salt diet for a week then ask him how he likes his hyponatraemia ....”
“The Commission has also given the nod to Otsuka's oral once-daily Samsca (tolvaptan), a selective V2-vasopressin receptor antagonist, for the treatment of hyponatraemia secondary to syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone secretion in adults.”
“The patient was at risk of hyponatraemia in view of her use of indapamide, but her serum electrolytes were normal.”
“P = 0.34); hyponatraemia: 17/70 (24%) vs 15/73 (21%) (P”
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