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766 Possible Causes for Blue faced, Booby

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  • Insect Bite

    blue Treatment for Insect Bites Minor insect bites can be treated with soap and water, and itchiness can be alleviated with topical antihistamines.[firstderm.com] This includes: Trouble breathing, wheezing, shortness of breath Swelling anywhere on the face or in the mouth Throat tightness or difficulty swallowing Feeling weak Turning[firstderm.com]

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  • Influenza

    For clarity these residues are shown for only two of the four subunits; the residues facing the viewer and the subunit closest to the viewer are omitted.[doi.org] […] proton transport and opening of the M2 ion channel showing only the TM domain from residues 24–44 ( green ); the selectivity filter His 37 ( red ) and the gate Trp 41 ( blue[doi.org]

    Missing: Booby
  • Pneumonia

    If your child has the above symptoms and his lips or face ARE BLUE colored, you should go to an ER immediately (don’t even bother paging your doctor).[askdrsears.com] Blue color around the lips and face – from lack of oxygen. Wheezing – although wheezing is more often a sign of a viral chest cold, it sometimes can mean pneumonia.[askdrsears.com] WHEN TO WORRY AND CALL YOUR DOCTOR If your child has ALL the above symptoms with rapid or labored breathing, but IS NOT BLUE on the lips or face, then you should call the[askdrsears.com]

    Missing: Booby
  • Tuberculosis

    Facing “Magic Mountain” half a world away, you see a blue curtain above and below the horizon. At night, the sky is indeed wide and starry.[doi.org] On top of Mount Vaea, at 1,500 feet, a small promontory shows the blue Pacific in a broad sweep.[doi.org]

    Missing: Booby
  • Acrocyanosis

    The very term "acrocyanosis" is often applied inappropriately in cases when blue discoloration of the hands, feet, or parts of the face is noted.[definitions.net] Alexander J, Benford D, Boobis AR, et al. Statement on possible public health risks for infants and young children from the presence of nitrates in leafy vegetables.[healio.com] However, a baby should never be blue around the face and lips.[intermountainhealthcare.org]

  • Tonic-Clonic Seizure

    The person may dribble from the mouth, go blue or red in the face, or lose control of their bladder and/or bowel as the body relaxes.[epilepsyact.org.au] Brodie MJ, Boobis AR, Dollery CT, et al. Rifampicin and vitamin D metabolism. Clin Pharmacol Ther. 1980;27:810 - 814. Williams C, Netzloff M, Folkerts L, et al.[cancercarewny.com] The person may turn a bit blue in the face. The bilateral tonic-clonic, convulsive phase of these seizures usually lasts no more than a few minutes.[epilepsynewengland.org]

  • Chlorpromazine

    After two years of treatment, the patient developed photosensitivity and blue-gray pigmentation of the skin of the face, neck and dorsum of hands.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Speirs CJ, Murray S, Boobis AR, Seddon CE, Davies DS (1986) Quinidine and the identification of drugs whose elimination is impaired in subjects classified as poor metabolizers[doi.org]

  • Cimetidine

    However, Greyhound Skyways began with a pair of four-place S-51 Sikorsky Helicopters, painted in blue-and-white with a greyhound logo.[todayinsci.com] Boobis AR, Brodie MJ, Kahn GC, Davies DS (1980) Evidence for more than one form of cytochrome P-450 in hepatic microsomal fractions of human liver samples.[link.springer.com] Within just a few years, it closed after facing the reality of being non-economic.« Chlorophyll In 1938, chlorophyll was patented as a "therapeutic agent for the use in the[todayinsci.com]

  • Congenital Heart Block

    When faced with a blue baby in the ED, there are 4 etiologies to always consider.[emergencymedicinecases.com] Diagnosis of complex forms of AV block: some tricks, some booby traps. In: Phibbs BP, Advanced ECG. Boards and Beyond, Boston MA, Little, Brown, 1997:110–124.[link.springer.com]

  • Breast Feeding 

    "We are concerned that enacting a law that leaves mothers facing potential punishment could be a step too far," the group said.[web.archive.org] […] on three different channels in 72 different countries, was resonant enough for it to resurface in December of 2011, when self-christened mommy-blogger Lani Michelle of “Boobie[hazlitt.net] The Dubai-based group Out of the Blues, which supports mothers with postnatal illness, warned that the law could criminalise women when they are at their most vulnerable .[web.archive.org]

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