For 100+ mnemonics check out our Nursing Mnemonics Podcast: Ep7: Hyponatremia (SALT LOSS) https://www.nrsng.com/ep7-hyponatremia-salt-loss/

Ep7: Hyponatremia (SALT LOSS)

For 100+ mnemonics check out our Nursing Mnemonics Podcast: Ep7: Hyponatremia (SALT LOSS) https://www.nrsng.com/ep7-hyponatremia-salt-loss/

Addison's disease - symptoms of HYPOnatremia; Addison is hyposecretion of the adrenal hormones. AKA: Primary adrenocortical insufficiency

Addison's disease - symptoms of HYPOnatremia; Addison is hyposecretion of the adrenal hormones. AKA: Primary adrenocortical insufficiency

Best study guide for fluids and electrolytes. Rn. Rn student. Nursing school. Nurse. Hyponatremia sodium

Best study guide for fluids and electrolytes. Rn. Rn student. Nursing school. Nurse. Hyponatremia sodium

Hyponatremia Sodium Lab Value Blood Hyponatremia Mnemonic Nursing Student This is a collection of my Blood Book part of BMP Fishbone diagram explaining the Hyperkalemia Hypokalemia, Na K Cr Hypomagnesemia BUN Creatinine Addisons Dehydration Study Sheets for Nurses NCLEX Tips Nursing Notes Cheats

Hyponatremia Sodium Lab Value Blood Hyponatremia Mnemonic Nursing Student This is a collection of my Blood Book part of BMP Fishbone diagram explaining the Hyperkalemia Hypokalemia, Na K Cr Hypomagnesemia BUN Creatinine Addisons Dehydration Study Sheets for Nurses NCLEX Tips Nursing Notes Cheats

Causes of Hyponatremia

Causes of Hyponatremia

nurse-with-a-smile: Hyponatremia: Risk Factors: GI loss SIADH Adrenal insufficiency Diuretics Water intoxication Decreased intake Manifestations: Na+ < 135 mEq/L Weakness Lethargy Confusion Seizures Coma Interventions: Daily weight Assess CNS changes I/O Administer IVF [hypertonic (acute); isotonic (restore volume)] Seizure precautions Teach sodium-rich food If etiology is FVE, restrict fluids NOTE: risk for hypertonic solutions is cerebral edema

nurse-with-a-smile: Hyponatremia: Risk Factors: GI loss SIADH Adrenal insufficiency Diuretics Water intoxication Decreased intake Manifestations: Na+ < 135 mEq/L Weakness Lethargy Confusion Seizures Coma Interventions: Daily weight Assess CNS changes I/O Administer IVF [hypertonic (acute); isotonic (restore volume)] Seizure precautions Teach sodium-rich food If etiology is FVE, restrict fluids NOTE: risk for hypertonic solutions is cerebral edema

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