Is there any relation between covid with severe hyponatremia??

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There is fast‐emerging, cumulative clinical data on coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID‐19) in kidney transplant recipients. Although respiratory tract symptoms are often the initial presentation among kidney transplant recipients who contract COVID‐19, other clinical features which may indicate underlying SARS‐CoV‐2‐related inflammation, such as gastrointestinal symptoms, are not uncommon. Hyponatremia can develop and may reflect underlying inflammation. Interferon‐6 is an important pro‐inflammatory cytokine involved in the pathogenesis of severe COVID‐19 complications and may play a role in the inappropriately higher secretion of antidiuretic hormone leading to hyponatremia. This pathway is the so‐called immuno‐neuroendocrine interface. Hyponatremia in COVID‐19 has been reported in a few case series of non‐kidney transplant patients and only one reported kidney transplant recipient. However, the clinical course and prognostic value of hyponatremia in this population is not described in detail. Hyponatremia is one of the clinical presentations of COVID‐19, although less common, and may occur more frequently in kidney transplant recipients. Thus the possible underlying immuno‐neuroendocrine relationship related to the inflammatory process of COVID‐19 leading to hyponatremia, and its prognostic value is important

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YES DUE TO NON OSMOTIC RELEASE OF VASSOPRESIN

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YES.. SPECIALLY IN CASES WITH.. DI ..

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