The Filtrate (minus Swapnil) gather to talk about the treatment of hypernatremia.
The strange story of Jennifer Strange.
Nintendo Game Consoles
2019 Narins winner, Mitchel Rosner on MDMA induced hyponatremia
And Rosner again on exercise induced hyponatremia.
The Arieff article on the dangers of severe hyponatremia: Hyponatremia, Convulsions, Respiratory Arrest, and Permanent Brain Damage after Elective Surgery in Healthy Women
The Richard Sterns article on the dangers of rapid correction of hyponatremia: Osmotic Demyelination Syndrome Following Correction of Hyponatremia
The editorial by the man himself, Robert Narins: Therapy of Hyponatremia
The infant study showing seizures associated with rapid correction of hypernatremia.
Follow up study with oral rehydration.
The Linder study of adults admitted to the ICU
French study on patients presenting to the ER with hypernatremia.
Study on US veterans showing poorer outcomes with slow correction of hypernatremia.
Cerebral edema during the treatment of DKA.
The MIMIC 3 Database. MIMIC is an openly available dataset developed by the MIT Lab for Computational Physiology, comprising deidentified health data associated with ~40,000 critical care patients. It includes demographics, vital signs, laboratory tests, medications, and more.
Chalrson Comorbidity Index
The paper: A new method of classifying prognostic comorbidity in longitudinal studies: development and validation.
JCI article on organic brain osmnoles in response to hypernatremia
John Booth on the value of MIMIC 3
Sri Lekha on checking labs in hypernatremia
Steve Coca on chunky water administration
Steve Coca musing the Cersei’s sodium level
Steve Coca swearing in High Valarlian:
Steve Coca proving the non-existence of hypernatremia therapy being associated with brain damage through the inability of trial lawyers to find and sue doctors for this issue:
The original paper on the Kardashian Index
Kardashian Index Calculator
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says the ‘future is private’
Khenar Jhaveri et al on ‘WhatsApp’ening in nephrology training
Mike Morrison’s video on how to rebuild the scientific poster
Mike’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/mikemorrison?lang=en with lot’s of examples of his design in the wild.
Make your own QR code: https://www.qr-code-generator.com
Ten Worst Drugs for your Kidney: https://www.goodrx.com/blog/10-worst-medications-for-your-kidneys/
Drugs that can falsely elevate your creatinine levels: https://www.goodrx.com/blog/drugs-cause-false-high-creatinine-levels-blood-test/
Dr Orrange, not wishing to engage on Twitter in a meaningful way: https://twitter.com/Orrangemd/status/1129165083194511361