- From hypo- + Latin natrium ("sodium") + New Latin -emia. (Wiktionary)
- hypo- + New Latin natrium, sodium; see hypernatremia + -emia. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“This imbalance of water to sodium is called hyponatremia.”
“Most recently, Michaels was found to have a side-effect called hyponatremia, which is a lack of sodium in the body that leads to seizures.”
“Although, when you're sweating a lot, it's really important to replace sodium as well as fluids to prevent a potentially serious condition called hyponatremia.”
“For example, if a marathon runner or endurance athlete drinks very large amounts of water quickly and experiences an under-replacement of sodium, he or she is at higher risk of water intoxication and a life-threatening condition called hyponatremia.”
“Five years ago, when she suffered from a sodium and electrolyte deficiency called hyponatremia, she recruited a family member -- another popular Net-coping strategy among the elderly -- to research the condition online for her.”
“Their balance of electrolytes like potassium and sodium gets diluted, and in severe cases the animals' sodium levels drop so low that they die from a condition called hyponatremia.”
“The condition, called hyponatremia, stems from a lack of sodium.”
“The condition, called hyponatremia, is a side effect of the brain hemorrhage that has left Michaels in intensive care at a hospital that hasn't been identified.”
“Besides bleeding at the stem of his brain, he had a side effect called hyponatremia -- a lack of sodium in the body.”
“Bret Michaels has undergone a setback in his recovery - a side effect from the brain hemorrhage he suffered called hyponatremia, a lack of sodium in the body which leads to seizures.”
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