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Unexpected fatal hypernatremia after successful cardiopulmonary resuscitation with therapeutic hypothermia: a case report.

Summary of "Unexpected fatal hypernatremia after successful cardiopulmonary resuscitation with therapeutic hypothermia: a case report."

Central diabetes insipidus (DI), characterized by unexpected fatal hypernatremia, is a rare complication after successful cardiopulmonary resuscitation with therapeutic hypothermia, but may be potentially fatal if recognition is delayed. We describe here a patient who experienced cardiac arrest due to a pulmonary embolism, followed by successful resuscitation after induction of therapeutic hypothermia. The patient, however, suddenly developed unexpected hypernatremia with increased urine output and was diagnosed with central DI as a complication of cerebral edema, and eventually died. Our findings suggest that central DI should be considered as a possible complication following unexpected hypernatremia with increased urine output during therapeutic hypothermia and that desmopressin acetate should be used to treat central DI.

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Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Ulsan College of Medicine, Asan Medical Center, Seoul, Korea.

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Name: Journal of Korean medical science
ISSN: 1598-6357
Pages: 329-31

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