OXCARBAZEPINE INDUCED HYPONATREMIA: A CASE REPORT
Author(s):
ASHIMA BASHEER, RITTU R.L, DR.DHANYA DHARMAN, Dr.Shaiju S Dharan
Keywords:
Hyponatremia, SiADH, Adverse effects, Anti-convulsant
Abstract
Oxcarbazepine is a well-known and effective anti-convulsant used for patients with underlying seizure disorder. It is a structural analog of carbamazepine, it follows a different metabolic pathway in which it is converted to a different active metabolite. Side effects associated with this medication are vast, in this report we will look in on the renal adverse effects, Syndrome of inappropriate anti-diuretic hormone secretion (SiADH). SiADH is a condition in which the body is making too much anti-diuretic hormone which results in too much water absorption and cause hyponatremia with neurologic sequelae. Here is a 67-year-old female patient with complaint of increased talk, insomnia for 3 months. On admission in hospital under psychiatry the patient was treated with T.Zenoxa (Oxcarbazepine) 450mg 1-0-1 and on following days patient Na decreased 135, 130, 124 mEq/L which indicated to be hyponatremic secondary to having SiADH.
Article Details
Unique Paper ID: 157252

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 6

Page(s): 365 - 367
Article Preview & Download


Share This Article

Conference Alert

NCSST-2021

AICTE Sponsored National Conference on Smart Systems and Technologies

Last Date: 25th November 2021

SWEC- Management

LATEST INNOVATION’S AND FUTURE TRENDS IN MANAGEMENT

Last Date: 7th November 2021

Latest Publication

Go To Issue



Call For Paper

Volume 8 Issue 4

Last Date 25 September 2021

About Us

IJIRT.org enables door in research by providing high quality research articles in open access market.

Send us any query related to your research on editor@ijirt.org

Social Media

Google Verified Reviews

Contact Details

Telephone:6351679790
Email: editor@ijirt.org
Website: ijirt.org

Policies