An 85-year-old woman (weht, 55 kg [121 lb]; heht, 5′4″ [163 cm]) presents to the emergency room (ER) with new onset twitching and seizures likely due to abruptly developing hypovolemic hypotonic hyponatremia. Most of the body’s sodium is located in blood and in the fluid around cells. Thiazides are suggested as a treatment for intensive care unit (ICU)–acquired hypernatremia (IAH).
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3D CRT: Three-dimensional conformal radiation therapy? Safety and effectiveness in patients who were converted to monotherapy from a previous regimen of other anticonvulsant drugs have not been established in controlled trials Sprinkle Capsules are indicated as adjunctive therapy for adults and pediatric patients ages 2 to 16 years with partial onset seizures or primary generalized tonic-clonic seizures, and in patients 2 years of age and older with seizures associated with Lennox-Gastaut syndrome monotherapy in adults and pediatric patients 10 years of age and older is 400 mg/day in two divided doses.
Some patients with nephrogenic diabetes insipidus—particularly those in whom it is mild or incomplete—may benefit from diuretic therapy (eg, thiazides, loop-diuretics) in an effort to increase proximal tubular reabsorption and decrease delivery to diluting segments where water may be lost. SOMA WITHDRAWAL SEIZURE
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