Hypertonic Sodium Solutions: Pertinence to Human Physiology
|Upon completion of this CME activity, participants should be able to:|
|Describe relevant physiology affected by hypertonic sodium solutions|
|Identify the role of hypertonic sodium solutions in ICP treatment|
|Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of hypertonic sodium solutions|
Joshua Medow, MD, MS, FAANS
University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics
Christopher Zacko, MD
Penn State University
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