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What will be sodium concentration in CHF and SAH ..... and why ?
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What is SAH?
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What is SAH?
SAH = Subarachnoid haemorrhage???

CHF -> hyponatraemia
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SAH = Subarachnoid haemorrhage???

CHF -> hyponatraemia
So what happens to the Sodium in subarachnoid hemorrhage do we have SIADH there and we should also expect hypnatremia!!!
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