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Table 1 Overview of reported cases with severe hyponatremia during hysteroscopic surgery

From: Rapid correction of severe hyponatremia after hysteroscopic surgery – a case report

Case report Lowest Na+ Normal Na+ after est. Fluid absorption Irrigation fluid used Max. fluid pressure Surgery time Treatment for hyponatremia First clinical manifestation
S. Almonti et al. 2013 [34] 120 mmol/L 10 h 2 L E-free Gycin 1.5 % na 60 min 7 % NaCl; Furosemid; Mannitol Myoclonus
M. Yaprak et al. 2013 [27] 99 mmol/L 14 h 5 L Mannitol 5 % na na 3 % NaCl; Furosemid Altered mental status
N. Sethi et al. 2012 [33] 100 mmol/L na 1 L Glycin 1.5 % 80 mmHg 45 min 3 % NaCl; Furosemid; sodium bicarbonate Hypoxia
B. Yang et al. 2012 [19] 120 mmol/L 12 h 3 L Dextrose 5 % 150 mmHg 70 min 3 % NaCl; Furosemid Flatulence and coma
Y. Woo et al. 2011 [21] 87 mmol/L 48 h 24 L 2.7 % sorbitol and 0.54 % mannitol 150 mmHg 60 min 3 % NaCl; Furosemid Increased ventilation pressure
G. Lee et al. 2009 [35] 89 mmol/L 24 h 7 L 2.7 % sorbitol and 0.54 % mannitol 100 mmHg 40 min 2 % NaCl; sodium bicarbonate; Furosemid; Hypotonia, bleeding leading to hysterectomy
G. Serocki et al. 2009 [36] 106 mmol/L 24 h 0.4 L - 4 L 2.7 % sorbitol and 0.54 % mannitol 180 mmHg 25 min 0.9 % NaCl Hypoxia
C. Estes et al. 2003 [37] 122 mmol/L 8 h 2.4 L Glycin 1.5 % na 90 min Furosemid na