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2016-04-13 20:13:05
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The normal concentration of sodium chloride in blood is 150 mmol/L.


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The normal level of serum sodium is in the range of 136-145 mM

The normal sodium level in the blood is 140mEq/L. The range that is considered normal is 135-145mEq/L. Any level below 145 is hypernatremic, any level below 135 is considered hyponatremic.

This will depend on the cause of such a low sodium level. Basically speaking, though, you can increase your sodium intake to raise your sodium level. However, if your sodium level is that low due to fluid overload, then taking care of the fluid overload problem would likely return your sodium levels to a more normal level.

A normal sodium level is 135-145. A low sodium level could indicate a variety of different conditions, as well as be a side effect of medications. You don't necessarily need to go to the hospital, but you should make an appointment with your doctor to discuss what could be causing the low sodium level.

you need a normal sodium level for a healthy heart

normal serum Na+ concentration is usually 135-145 meq/L .its a bit low but in normal range

Yes, it is quite low. Normal range is 135-145 mEq/l

Normal sodium levels range from 135-145 in adults.

Decrease in sodium level .

Low sodium salt is a mixture of sodium chloride and potassium chloride, but the normal salt is only sodium chloride.

Is sodium level in blood 129 dangerous

the pH level of sodium chloride (NaCl) is 7.

Definitely not. The condition of having low serum sodium level or low concentration of sodium level in the blood is called HYPONATREMIA. It is common electrolyte disorder among athletes and elderly. Severe hyponatremia may cause headache, confusion, lethargy, muscle weakness, spasms, cramps, seizures, loss of consciousness and coma. So, it is important to maintain your sodium level within the normal limits.

120 is a very low number for sodium, and may result in seizure activity. The normal range for sodium is 135 to 145 mEq/L (millequivelents per liter.) Just to add to this, my sodium is 122 and my doctor said that this is very near critical. If you have a blood sodium level at 120 your doctor should be taking steps to correct it and find the cause.

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The normal concentration of sodium in the blood plasma is 136-145 mM

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The normal concentration of sodium in the blood plasma is 136-145 mm.

"Normal saline" is a 9 g/L solution of sodium chloride.

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