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abnormally low level of sodium in the blood

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Once in the MICU, despite likely chronic hyponatremia, he receives hypertonic (3%) saline, followed by normal saline.
The researchers had similar results when they matched 46,256 patients with fragility fractures to 46,256 without: The fracture risk was substantially increased in patients with chronic hyponatremia (aOR, 4.
The investigators found that patients with chronic hyponatremia - at least two sodium values below 135 mmol/L at least 1 year apart - were far more likely to be later diagnosed with osteoporosis (adjusted odds ratio, 3.
Chronic hyponatremia occurs when the serum sodium decreases over a period of [greater than or equal to]48 h.
Such an intervention reduces cerebral edema without risk for osmotic demyelination syndrome as may occur during the rapid correction of chronic hyponatremia, as the prerequisite compensatory adaptation of brain cells to hypo-osmolality has not yet taken place.
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