Sodium Blood Test

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Last Updated: 02 May 2022

A sodium blood test determines the amount of sodium in your blood. Sodium also assists your nerves and muscle mass work appropriately. Once your body absorbs sufficient sodium, the kidneys remove the rest in your urine. If your sodium blood degrees are too high or too low, it might indicate that you have a trouble with your kidneys, dehydration, or another clinical condition. A sodium blood test may belong to a test called an electrolyte panel. Your wellness care provider might have gotten a sodium blood test as part of your regular appointment or if you have symptoms of too much sodium or insufficient sodium in your blood.

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