This case describes a patient, who presented with seizures and critically severe hyponatraemia, which was later discovered to be secondary to SSRI. He required hypertonic saline, intubation and 6 days in ICU. In ICU there were complications including rhabdomyolysis and neurological deficits questioning the rate of sodium repletion. He also had presented to ED 12 hours previously with GCS 15/15 and complaints of arm pains and had been discharged.
|Publication status||Published - 2013|
|Event||19th Annual Congress of the Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine and International Critical Care Congress: CRITICARE 2013 - Kolkata, India|
Duration: 1 Mar 2013 → 6 Mar 2013
|Conference||19th Annual Congress of the Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine and International Critical Care Congress|
|Period||1/03/13 → 6/03/13|