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  • n. Alternative spelling of hyponatremia.

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  • 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.

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  • In 2007, David Rogers, a fitness instructor, suffered hyponatraemia – water intoxication – and died after drinking too much water after his first London marathon.

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  • The excessive use of salt-free intravenous solutions can lead to hyponatraemia in both mother and child.

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  • Iatrogenic hyponatraemia of the newborn due to maternal fluid overload; a prospective study.

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  • Better yet, force him on no-salt diet for a week then ask him how he likes his hyponatraemia ....

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  • 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.

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  • The patient was at risk of hyponatraemia in view of her use of indapamide, but her serum electrolytes were normal.

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  • P = 0.34); hyponatraemia: 17/70 (24%) vs 15/73 (21%) (P

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