Lab Test Interpreter

Sodium Blood Test

Sodium plays a major role in regulating the amount of water in the body. It is also needed to send nerve impulses and contract muscles. Although the kidneys usually do a great job of keeping sodium in the normal range, there are times when serum sodium levels become high or low. This guide helps decipher sodium lab results.

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