Stay Alert for Meds That May Lead to Low Sodium Levels

Questions are coming up about med-induced hyponatremia.

Low sodium levels are the most common electrolyte disturbance.

Symptoms are rare with mild drops below 135 mmol/L that develop over time. But severe or rapid drops in sodium below 125 mmol/L can cause coma or seizures.

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