ea0055we9 | Workshop E: Disorders of the adrenal gland | SFEEU2018
, Drake William
We would like to present the case of a twenty-six year old gentleman whose first presentation to hospital was aged 4 days old. At that time he was thought to be generally unwell with poor feeding and excessively somnolent. During his resuscitation he was found to have extremely deranged serum electrolytes with sodium 122 mmol/l and potassium 14 mmol/l. His electrocardiogram (ECG) was initially noted to be bizarre, with no clear rhythm. After resuscitation with IV fluid, glucos...