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Syndrome of Inappropriate Antidiuretic Hormone (SIADH) Pharmacologic Interventions
Hypertonic IV Fluids
Tolvaptan and Conivaptan
Mechanism of Action
Increase Uterine Contractions
Control Postpartum Hemorrhage
Fetal Lung Immaturity
Cervix Not Ripened
Active Genital Herpes Infection
Use Lowest Dose
Acute Variceal Bleeds
GH Secreting Tumors
Secreted by D Cells
Decrease Secretion of Gastric Acid and Pepsinogen
Decrease Pancreatic and Small Intestine Fluid Secretion
Decrease Gallbladder Contraction
Decrease Glucagon and Insulin Secretion
Secretion is Increased by Acid
Secretion is Decreased by Vagal Stimulation
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