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“I have no experience with any of the vaptans but I would be very interested in what the hospitalists or any of the die hard internists who still treat people in the hospital bloggers have to say about the role of vaptans in hyponatremic states.”
“Called 911, went to the ER, had a bunch of tests run, and what they came up with was that he was hyponatremic.”
“Sodium measurements were done and 30 were hypernatremia (GL 146) while 9 were hyponatremic ( LT 135).”
“The FDA said it's received 61 reports of hyponatremic-related seizures associated with the use of desmopressin, and two deaths.”
“A 49-year-old woman presented to hospital with an 18-month history of hyponatremic episodes, nausea, vomiting, anorexia and fatigue.”
“In a follow-up commentary, other researchers concluded, "At this point, we are convinced there is no evidence to support any benefit of underwater birth for the neonate, and plenty of evidence to suggest harm [including] the potential for drowning, hyponatremic seizure activity, infection, and pneumonia.”
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“She’s hyponatremic; her kidneys stopped processing fluids.”
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