Concept Map Of HYpernatremia
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Concept Map Of HYpernatremia

RISK FACTORPrecipitating FactorPredisposing FactorHospitalized patientsIncrease Sodium Intake LOSS OF FLUIDS! Decreased sodium excretionHospitalizationMental and Physical ImpairementAdvanced AgeUncontrolled diabetes (solute diuresis)Underlying polyuria disordersResidency in nursing home, inadequate nursing careDiuretic therapy Excess oral sodium ingestion Excess administration of IV fluids w/ sodium Hypertonic IV fluidsFever Watery diarrheaDiabetes insipidusExcessive diaphoresisInfectionhemoconcentration= Increased sodium!Kidney problemsPrecipitating FactorPredisposing FactorMedication (eg, diuretics, sedatives)LactuloseDecreased baseline levels of consciousnessMechanical ventilationOsmotic diuresisTube feeding
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publish time: 2021-08-27
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This is a concept map of HYpernatremia. The medical word for having too much sodium in the blood is hypernatremia. Sodium is an essential ingredient for the body's healthy functioning. The blood contains the majority of the salt in the body. It's also found in the lymph fluids and cells of the body. Hypernatremia is often minor and does not create major issues. However, correcting elevated sodium levels is critical for preventing or reversing hypernatremia-related disorders.

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