Which Drug Causes Hypernatremia? | Healthystripe
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Which drug causes hypernatremia?

11 September 2023

Hypernatremia can be caused by treatment with several medications. These drugs include diuretics, sodium bicarbonate infusion, corticosteroids, mannitol infusion, androgen, and estrogen. The mechanism behind high sodium levels in the body after taking medications is increased free water loss. 

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