Can a proton pump inhibitor cause hyponatremia?

Can a proton pump inhibitor cause hyponatremia?

Proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) also can cause hyponatremia. Currently, only 9 cases of PPI-induced hyponatremia have been reported in the literature.x76Proton pump inhibitors and the kidney: Critical review.

Where can I find a narrative review of hyponatremia?

Claim Narrative Review|Volume 52, ISSUE 1, P144-153, July 01, 2008 PDF [148 KB]PDF [148 KB] Save Add To Online LibraryPowered ByMendeley Add To My Reading List Export Citation Create Citation Alert Share Share on Email Twitter Facebook Linked In Sina Weibo more Reprints Request Top A Review of Drug-Induced Hyponatremia George Liamis, MD

How is hyponatremia related to renal excretion?

Hyponatremia is ascribed to either water retention or (less often) loss of effective solute (sodium plus potassium) in excess of water. Because the capacity for water excretion normally is so great, retention of water resulting in hyponatremia takes place only in the presence of conditions that impair renal excretion of water.

When to use hypertonic saline for hyponatremia?

Acute and severe hyponatremia cause neurological symptoms necessitating rapid correction with hypertonic saline. Careful administration and monitoring of serum [Na+] is required to avoid overcorrection and complication of osmotic demyelination.