HIGH LEVEL OF SODIUM IN BLOOD TEST?. What does high sodium in blood test mean?

Upper limit of sodium (na) test (normal referent values) is 147 mg/dl (or 340 mg/dl).

Hypernatremia can cause fatigue, confusion and lethargy. Increased neuromuscular excitability and hyperactive reflexes may also result.



Lower limit:
| Upper limit:
Unit:
Diagnose:
135   -
147
mmol/L
normal
310   -
340
mg/dl
normal


LOW SODIUM TEST RESULTS

Sodium (Na) values and definitions

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