Look Out for Meds That May Lead to Low Sodium Levels

Alerts sometimes appear for meds that may cause "hyponatremia."

Low sodium levels are the most common electrolyte disturbance.

Symptoms are rare with mild drops that develop over time. But severe or rapid drops in sodium can cause coma or seizures.

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