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History of drug-resistant tuberculosis, long-term medication, low sodium electrolyte disorders

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The patient has a history of special drug-induced pulmonary tuberculosis. He had a fever and dehydration two and a half months before taking the medicine. He went to the county hospital for examination. The sodium in the bottle was as low as 103. After nearly a week, the sodium was normal. One day after discharge, he had a fever, and then he was hospitalized. After one day, he was normal again. Then he adjusted to drink sodium food such as salt water at home for a few days. On October 6, the blood drawing sodium in 127 potassium chloride was not within the normal value. How do you want to adjust the beverage conveniently

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