Salt, sweat, and unclear? Diaphoresis and hypernatremia in end-stage kidney disease: Answers

@article{Erez2017SaltSA,
  title={Salt, sweat, and unclear? Diaphoresis and hypernatremia in end-stage kidney disease: Answers},
  author={Daniella Levy Erez and Lawrence Copelovitch and M. Denburg},
  journal={Pediatric Nephrology},
  year={2017},
  volume={33},
  pages={253-254}
}
The most common causes of diaphoresis in patients receiving dialysis are related to various types of infections, particularly catheter-associated infections. Fever can result in diaphoresis and an increase in insensible losses leading to hypernatremia. Less common causes of diaphoresis may include endocrine causes (hyperthyroidism, hypoglycemia), occult malignancy, and certain medications. Notably, the two patients we describe had persistent diaphoresis in the absence of fevers or identifiable… Expand

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