normonatremia

normonatremia

a normal level of sodium in the blood.
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Udagani et al15 reported that hyponatremia increases the risk of neurological disorders in cirrhotic patients compared with normonatremia.
Once normonatremia is achieved, maintenance of a therapeutic or prophylactic hypernatremia (145-155 mEq/L) is essential, especially in the setting of cerebral edema and increased ICP.
Patients were grouped according to serum sodium levels; normonatremia (135-145 mmol/L), mild hyponatremia (131-134 mmol/L), moderate hyponatremia (126-130 mmol/L), severe hyponatremia ([less than or equal to] 125 mmol/L), and hypernatremia (>145 mmol/L).
Algunos pacientes atipicos tienen hiponatremia con normokalemia o hiperkalemia con normonatremia (Deborah y Greco 2007).
Increase in serum sodium to normonatremia or hypernatremia
Patients admitted with hyponatremia were clinically similar to patients with normonatremia in terms of age gender and New York Heart Association (NYHA) class at admission.
and osmolality levels during mannitol administration, subjects were divided into groups (hypernatremia, normonatremia, and hyponatremia), defined as follows: hypernatremia, [[Na.