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James Allen

Divisional pharmacist at University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust and pharmacist representative for the Society for Acute Medicine

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  • How to manage adults with hyponatraemiaSubscription

    CP, 2012

    Hyponatraemia, generally defined as a serum sodium less than 135mmol/L, is the most common electrolyte abnormality observed in hospital inpatients.1 It is estimated that mild hyponatraemia (serum sodium 125–135mmol/L) is observed in 15–30% of patients in hospital.2 Clinical features and mortality The symptoms of

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