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RISK FACTOR FOR HYPONATREMIA: SYSTEMATIC REVIEW IN LITERATURE

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Mujtba Matooq Aljobran , Ridha Shibr Aldrees , Abrar Mohana’a AlHussain , Abdullah Abdulrahman Almutairi , Hamza Abdulaziz Mohammed , Arwa Hameed Almuwallad , Naif Mohammed Sufyani , Musab Mamdouh Shaheen , Fatimah Mohammed Alali , Munira khalifa Alghufaily

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This review is aiming to discuss the Risk factor for hyponatremia. The present review was conducted by searching in Medline, Embase, Web of Science, Science Direct, BMJ journal and Google Scholar for, researches, review articles and reports, published over the past years. Books published on Risk factor for hyponatremia. If several studies had similar findings, we randomly selected one or two to avoid repetitive results. On the basis of findings and results this review found Diabetes mellitus was identified as an independent risk factor for hyponatremia and hypomagnesemia, whereas hypertension was associated with hypokalemia. Diuretics were independently associated with several electrolyte disorders: thiazide diuretics (hyponatremia). The frequency of hyponatremia (Na+ ≪134 mEq/L) was 29.9% among OXC-treated patients and 13.5% among CBZ-treated patients (p < 0.0001). Hyponatremia (Na+ ≪128 mEq/L) was severe: 12.4% of OXC-treated patients and 2.8% of CBZ-treated patients (p < 0.001). Advanced age was a risk factor for hyponatremia. Keywords: Risk factor, hyponatremia.

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TITLE:

RISK FACTOR FOR HYPONATREMIA: SYSTEMATIC REVIEW IN LITERATURE

AUTHORS:

Mujtba Matooq Aljobran1*, Ridha Shibr Aldrees1 , Abrar Mohana’a AlHussain1 , Abdullah Abdulrahman Almutairi2 , Hamza Abdulaziz Mohammed2 , Arwa Hameed Almuwallad3 , Naif Mohammed Sufyani4 , Musab Mamdouh Shaheen5 , Fatimah Mohammed Alali 6 , Munira khalifa Alghufaily 6

ABSTRACT:

This review is aiming to discuss the Risk factor for hyponatremia. The present review was conducted by searching in Medline, Embase, Web of Science, Science Direct, BMJ journal and Google Scholar for, researches, review articles and reports, published over the past years. Books published on Risk factor for hyponatremia. If several studies had similar findings, we randomly selected one or two to avoid repetitive results. On the basis of findings and results this review found Diabetes mellitus was identified as an independent risk factor for hyponatremia and hypomagnesemia, whereas hypertension was associated with hypokalemia. Diuretics were independently associated with several electrolyte disorders: thiazide diuretics (hyponatremia). The frequency of hyponatremia (Na+ ≪134 mEq/L) was 29.9% among OXC-treated patients and 13.5% among CBZ-treated patients (p < 0.0001). Hyponatremia (Na+ ≪128 mEq/L) was severe: 12.4% of OXC-treated patients and 2.8% of CBZ-treated patients (p < 0.001). Advanced age was a risk factor for hyponatremia. Keywords: Risk factor, hyponatremia.

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