Neila Smith

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CONTEXT Hyponatremia [serum sodium concentration ([Na(+)]), <135 mEq/liter] is the most common fluid and electrolyte abnormality among hospitalized patients. It is frequently caused by the(More)
8550 Background: Hyponatremia, often caused by the inappropriate secretion of arginine vasopressin (AVP), is a common electrolyte disorder in patients with small-cell lung cancer (15%), head and neck(More)
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