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Propofol is usually competely out of the body within 24-48 hours, leaving no after-effects.
Narcotics can cause constipation, and both narcotics and propofol can cause restlessness, nausea, and fatigue. Neither causes pain.
Low sodium (hyponatremia) is not a consequence of using any of the drugs you mentioned. Its symptoms are primarily neurological, and may be responsible for some (or even all) of the restlessness. Sodium levels vary for a lot of different reasons. Among them are 1) reduced intake from food; 2) increased loss from urine, diarrhea, sweating; and 3) dilution due to chronic renal problems (renal insufficiency, nephrotic syndrome, or SIADH.
Another possible problem is pseudohyponatremia (it looks like hyponatremia but isn't). This is caused often by high triglycerides or less often by high levels of serum proteins.
No treatment is generally necessary for pseudohyponatremia. If aggressive treatment for hyponatremia is given, it often causes rebound hypernatremia (high sodium). Any additional sodium must be given very judiciously while the cause of the pseudohyponatremia is investigated.
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High liver enzymes can also raise restlessness and hepatic encephalopathy which can resemble psychosis, if they are high enough. Certainly both a hepatologist (liver specialist) and nephrologist (kidney specialist) can be consulted (if they haven't already been) by her admitting doctor(s). As for what can be done, that will depend on what is found. If the kidneys are not functioning, temporary dialysis can be considered. The hepatologist would need to look for the cause of the raised liver enzymes - medications, infection, blockage, and many other things. Treatment would depend on what was found.
Without access to her chart, and all her tests as well as an examination, it isn't possible to say what to expect next. Her treating doctors and any consultants would need to answer than question.