ea0025p49 | Clinical biochemistry | SFEBES2011
, Hyer Steve
, Manghat Padmini
, Lapsley Marta
, Rodin Andrew
Introduction: Hyponatraemia is not uncommon in primary care and its management can be complex. It is vital that initial assessment is carried out properly as mismanagement can have serious consequences.Aim: To investigate general practitioners views and perceptions on the management of hyponatraemia encountered in primary care.Method: Local general practitioners were surveyed with a questionnaire via email and at local postgr...