The Guidelines and Audit Implementation Network (GAIN) (Northern Ireland) guidance on Hyponatraemia in adults (on or after 16th birthday) February 2010. Available at:
3.3.2. Conditions. The guideline specifically covers diagnosis and management of true hypotonic hyponatraemia. It covers the differentiation of hypotonic hyponatraemia from non-hypotonic hyponatraemia but does not deal with the specific diagnostic and therapeutic peculiarities in the setting of pseudohyponatraemia, isotonic or hypertonic hyponatraemia.
Diagnosis of Hyponatraemia 6 2.1. Classification of hyponatraemia 6 2.1.1. Definition of hyponatraemia based on biochemical severity 6 cause of the hypotonic hyponatraemia. Clinical practice guideline on diagnosis and treatment of hyponatraemia Goce Spasovski, Raymond Vanholder1,
Clinical Practice Guidelines. Toggle section navigation. Mild hypernatraemia is relatively common. Risk increases with level of serum sodium. Treatment can be complicated and potentially dangerous. Seek expert advice early. Gain of sodium
INTRODUCTION. Hyponatremia represents a relative excess of water in relation to sodium. It can be induced by a marked increase in water intake (primary polydipsia) and/or by impaired water excretion due, for example, to advanced renal failure or persistent release of antidiuretic hormone (ADH). (See «Causes of hypotonic hyponatremia in adults».)
Home > Drugs > Review of Hyponatremia. Review of Hyponatremia. Reference(s) National Institutes of Health, U.S. National Library of Medicine, DailyMed Database. Provides access to the latest drug monographs submitted to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Please review the latest applicable
FLUID, ELECTROLYTES, ACID-BASE AND SHOCK Objectives: 1. Discuss the importance of fluids, electrolytes and acid-base elements in gain or loss is the best indicator of fluid status. Patients that need mild hyponatremia with iso- or hyper-volemia; if hypovolemic,
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