Oddie informa una incidencia de 7 x cada , nacidos vivos. Nair S, et al. Clinical profile of neonates with hypernatremic dehydration in an outborn neonatal intensive care unit. Indian Pediatr ; Invest Materno Infant ; VI 2 :
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Hypernatremia is a common electrolyte abnormality, but it is rarely attributable to excess sodium. Hypernatremia due to exogenous salt intake, caused either by accidental ingestion or as a form of child abuse, is rare, difficult to manage and results in high mortality. Although hypernatremia is easily recognized by laboratory tests, its etiology is often difficult to determine. A surprisingly small amount of salt intake can result in a fatal outcome.. We report two cases of severe salt intoxication in two girls, aged 20 and 7months, who presented with severe hypernatremia. Both had seizures after accidental salt ingestion. In the first case, salt instead of sugar was inadvertently added to two yoghurts, leading to hypernatremia and convulsions.