Hyponatremic seizure

This is a case of an elderly patient presenting with delirium, who seizes in the emergency department. She is found to have hyponatremia, which must be corrected to stop her seizures. This case was written by Dr. Kyla Caners, and originally posted at www.emsimcases.com. The original upload can be found here.

References for the ECG and CXR are contained within the case.

Hyponatremic seizure

ECG (NSR)CXR (normal)CXR (post-intubation)


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