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excessive amounts of sodium in the blood

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Increased incidence of severe breastfeeding malnutrition and hypernatremia in a metropolitan area.
During this PICU admission, Travis' hypernatremia was resolved with intravenous hydration and desmopressin.
The clinical examination confirm that the hypernatremia is not the result of decreased effective intravascular volume from volume depletion or from states of volume excess such as congestive heart failure and cirrhosis.
007) However, this level was still within the normal range (135-155 mg/dl), and none of the patients manifested the signs or symptoms of hypernatremia.
This case of severe acute VPA toxicity highlights a number of biochemical and metabolic features associated with VPA overdose, including hyperammonemic encephalopathy with profound respiratory alkalosis, an increased AG metabolic acidosis, hypernatremia, hypocalcemia, and thrombocytopenia (1).
hypernatremia was observed in 10% of the subjects on the first day of mannitol administration and in 10-21% throughout the 7-day mannitol administration period.
45), hypernatremia, hypocalcemia, severe pulmonary edema, and unknown abdominal pain (because it may cause gastric distension).
Despite these recommendations, hospital readmission of breastfeeding infants for problems due to inadequate feeding such as dehydration, hypernatremia, and hyperbilirubinemia, has occurred in recent years (Hall & Smith, 2000; Trotman, Lord, Barton, & Antoine, 2004; Tyler & Hellings, 2005).
There was no significant difference between oral rehydrating solution of varying sodium concentrations, and no increased risk of hypernatremia or hyponatremia compared with the IV treatment arm.
Some of these side effects include hyperosmolality, hypernatremia, convulsions, congestive heart failure, hypokalemia, and metabolic acidosis (Vialet et al.
Hyponatremia and hypernatremia are both life-threatening conditions and individuals with end stage renal disease may no longer have available the primary mechanism for sodium control--sodium excretion and reabsorption by the kidney.
Diagnostic impressions indicated delirium due primarily to a urinary tract infection and hypernatremia (sodium 150 mEq/L).
Acute tubular necrosis Suggest ACTH Exclude hypertonic hypernatremia ?