Hyponatremia is a commonly encountered clinical problem in both the emergency department and ICU settings. The differential diagnosis can be vexing but is critical to initiation of the correct treatment. Read on for a brief clinicall vignette addressing this dilemma
Last week we wrote about how to approach hyponatremia, the differential and signs and symptoms to watch out for. The post this week reviews the treatment of hyponatremia including the dreaded osmotic demyelination syndrome. Read on for more!