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In general, hyponatremia is treated with fluid restriction (in the physical examination, laboratory studies, and evaluation of volume status.
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- How Should Hyponatremia Be Evaluated and Managed?
- Hyponatremia - Wikipedia
- Customer Reviews
- Differential Diagnosis of Hyponatremia
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How Should Hyponatremia Be Evaluated and Managed?
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Hyponatremia - Wikipedia
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There are two types of hyponatremic patients: those that are dying and those that are just waiting to die. For the latter, please order the initial work-up, put away your normal saline, and wait for the medical team to see and admit the patient. For the patients that are seizing, not breathing, vomiting, or in a coma it is go time. I am a fan of the European hyponatremia recommendations outlined in the blog post. They are simple to understand; they dispense with the need for calculations and gets patients the therapy they need quickly. But understand, though you are supposed to draw the sodium after the first mL, you are not supposed to slow or stop the infusion.
One important note about the case of Marjorie. We have little information besides the fact that she is on thiazide diuretics, and has concurrent hypokalemia. The cause of the hyponatremia is release of ADH in response to the decreased perfusion from the thiazide-induced volume depletion.
As soon as the volume is restored the hypothalamus will shut down ADH and the patient will start pouring out copious amounts of maximally dilute urine. This will cause the serum sodium to rush upwards and could cause osmotic demyelination syndrome. The Case Marjorie, an year-old female, presents to the ED with a chief complaint of progressively worsening weakness and fatigue over the past week, associated with a loss of appetite, nausea, and occasional confusion. Investigations are ordered and results reviewed.
Severe : cardiorespiratory arrest, seizures, coma, deep somnolence Moderate : nausea, confusion, headache, vomiting In adults, the most common causes of hyponatremia include thiazide use, SIADH, primary polydipsia, and water intoxication intentional or unintentional. Why does this matter?
Pathophysiology and Complications of Hyponatremia Left untreated, hyponatremia can be a life-threatening condition. Signs and symptoms The signs and symptoms of hyponatremia depend on the level of sodium deficiency and whether the hyponatremia developed acutely or over a longer period of time 5. Signs and symptoms include 2 : Nausea, vomiting Headache Confusion Seizures Abnormal somnolence, coma Cardiorespiratory distress Hiccups Ataxia, falls Slow decision making Brain cells adjust to hyponatremia within hours by reducing intracellular concentration of other solutes.
Investigations The presence of hyponatremia is established by the standard serum electrolyte test.
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Caution must be taken of other plasma abnormalities or sampling errors that can mimic hyponatremia: Pseudohyponatremia — an elevation in non-osmolar plasma proteins or lipids, leading to a falsely low sodium reading. If pseudohyponatremia is suspected, direct ion detection can be used through the ABG lab. These patients have no clinical manifestations of hyponatremia because they do not have hypoosmolar plasma. Hyponatremia and Volume Status Additional testing can be performed to identify whether the hyponatremia is hypo-, hyper-, or euvolemic. Hypovolemic Euvolemic Hypervolemic Definition Loss of sodium and relatively lesser loss of body water Normal total body sodium and excess total body water Increased sodium with relatively greater increase in body water Etiologies Vomiting, diarrhea, diuretic use Syndrome of inappropriate anti diuretic hormone secretion SIADH , drugs most frequently SSRIs , hypothyroidism, adrenal insufficiency, primary polydipsia, Water intoxication e.
In case of cerebral salt wasting, do NOT restrict fluids See guidelines for recommended treatment by specific underlying pathology 4 Chronic SIADH most common cause, in which case isotonic saline is not effective and fluid restriction is first line therapy. Treatment If the decision is made to go ahead with treatment, keep the following principles in in mind. Decide whether treatment is required in the ED at all.
Treatment should be focussed on the individual patient, not lab values. Not all patients presenting to the ED with hyponatremia require rapid treatment, particularly in cases where the hyponatremia is thought to have developed gradually, with effective patient compensation, manifesting with no or sub-acute symptoms. Set up for success — if possible, weigh your patient in order to have as accurate an estimate of total body water as possible. Also, have an idea of what tonicity saline is available at your site.
Overly rapid increase in sodium levels, particularly in patients with chronic hyponatremia, can lead to osmotic demyelination syndrome ODS , a profoundly debilitating condition. In , a patient successfully sued her physician and nurse for overcorrection of sodium levels, leading to ODS and lifelong disability 6. Water diuresis i. The development of water diuresis should prompt careful monitoring for a rising serum sodium Cue up medicine — while treatment for moderate to severe hyponatremia starts in the ED, patients may have to be admitted until symptoms regress.
However, patients with asymptomatic, mild, and sometimes even moderate hyponatremia often do not require admission. Moderately symptomatic 1,2 Where possible, discontinue use of medications that can worsen hyponatremia Treat underlying condition, if known. Some causes e. Check sodium concentration at hours 1, 6, and Treat underlying condition, if possible.
Check serum sodium every 6 hours. Appendix 1 — Calculating infusion rates I have found calculating infusion rates challenging.
Differential Diagnosis of Hyponatremia
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