- •Prophylactic fluid restriction prevents postoperative hyponatremia.
- •Prophylactic fluid restriction may not reduce readmission rates.
- •The clinical significance of prevented cases remains unclear.
- •Prophylactic fluid restriction is unlikely to prevent severe cases of hyponatremia.
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