my father is hyponatrimic for last three months, he is diabetic, cardiac patient

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    sintu7posted 7 years ago

    my father is hyponatrimic for last three months, he is diabetic, cardiac patient with tvd....

    multiple bloackage was detected in angiograpy two years ago. CABG cannot done due to age (76) and thin blood vessels. diabetes is from last  16 years.  prsent PP suger level at 190mg/dl. serum sodium level is on 118mmol/l. spot urine sodium is 60mmol/l. urine specific gravity is 1.010. urine osmosis is 325. Morever he has cervical compression also at c3-c4, c5-c6. c6-c7.Cannot walk at present at bed rest. taking 5-8 gm salt with water and food. urine output is 2.5-3.0 liter. pedal edema present. weight is 100 kg (obese). what is the  treatment and diagnosis should be as in my place doctors are

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    yazoogal43posted 7 years ago

    There are people older than 76 having CABG  done. What is his homeostatic anyalysis? and has no one mentioned a central line or pic to help facilitate testings and medicinal interventions if needed? complete destruction of T8 has not prevented me from walking. He needs rehabilitation and range of motion, surely you know through HIPPA law a question and info such as you have placed upon the net is unethical. This is completely unprofessional and I HOPE SOMEONE HAS YOUR FATHERS LEGAL INTERESTS AT HEARt!!!!!

 
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