This article is all about Primary Hyperaldosteronism, also known as Conn’s syndrome which is characterised by hypernatremia, hypokalemia and alkalosis. Hyperaldosteronism is characterised by excessive secretion of aldosterone, which causes increases in sodium reabsorption and loss of potassium and hydrogen ions. Primary hyperaldosteronism is caused by a problem with one or both adrenal glands. The content is for general information but mainly focused on nurses preparing for their licensing exams including NCLEX-RN, DHA, MOH, HAAD and prometric. The nursing management revolves around monitoring the blood pressure and complications related to hypokalemia and providing interventions to managing blood pressure and potassium levels as well as preparing the client for adrenalectomy, if indicated.
Have you heard the inspiring story of 16-year-old Nilofer Muneer, a teen girl from Kakkanad, Kochi, Kerala State, India? After securing a Student Pilot’s Licence (SPL) Nilofer Muneer became the youngest qualified pilot from Kerala. Nilofer has proved that impossible is possible with determination and efforts. Let’s find how she achieved this success and listen to her own inspiring words about her journey.
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