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105 Possible Causes for Abnormal Renal Function, Black Vomit, Sudden Death

  • Yellow Fever

    At one time it was called “Black Vomit” because of the characteristic black putrid vomit it produces.[] This sudden exit was of common occurrence. The whole number of deaths in 1793 by yellow fever was more than four thousand."[] Symptoms of bleeding include black vomit, nose bleed, gum bleeding, and purple pin-point spots (bruising).[]

  • Acute Pyelonephritis

    In children, signs of sepsis include laboured breathing, listlessness, loss of appetite, floppiness, fretfulness, green or black vomit and irritability.[] Recovery of renal function may occur if antibiotics are promptly instituted. Renal size generally decreases after recovery.[] The suddenness of the patient's death did not allow time for further investigation and therapy.[]

  • Necrotizing Fasciitis

    As in severe sepsis, abnormal renal function, hypoalbuminaemia, hyponatraemia, abnormal liver function, metabolic acidosis, and high serum lactate concentrations may occur[] […] marks on the skin, severe pain, fever, chills, fatigue and vomiting.[] The left leg shows extensive redness and tissue death .[]

  • Hypovolemic Shock

    […] dysfunction By virtue of the liver’s role in host defense, the abnormal synthetic functions caused by liver dysfunction can contribute to both the initiation and the progression[] Signs and symptoms of internal hemorrhaging include: abdominal pain blood in the stool black, tarry stool (melena) blood in the urine vomiting blood chest pain abdominal swelling[] Seite 385 - the sudden death of an infant under one year of age which remains unexplained after a thorough case investigation, including performance of a complete autopsy,[]

  • Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome

    She also began vomiting a bilious substance that soon turned darker and greener. By Wednesday night, her vomit was almost black.[] Rescue treatment with immunoglobulin (Ig)G depletion through immunoadsorption was followed by significant improvement in neurological and renal function.[] Nonetheless, we speculate that a direct cardiac compromise accounts for many cases of childhood hemolytic-uremic syndrome complicated by sudden death during the initial hospitalization[]

  • Upper Gastrointestinal Hemorrhage

    Low fibrinogen and abnormal LFTs may also indicate liver disease. LFTs to detect underlying liver disease Renal function tests and electrolytes.[] Acute gastrointestinal bleeding first will appear as vomiting of blood, bloody bowel movements, or black, tarry stools.[] Your stools are black and look like tar. You have belly pain. You vomit or have nausea. You have trouble swallowing, or it hurts when you swallow.[]

  • Typhus

    The individual spots eventually develop crusty black scabs.[] Transaminitis (49%); and abnormal renal functions (31%) were predominant biochemical abnormalities. All patients were empirically treated with doxycycline/azithromycin.[] The main symptoms include fever, headache, muscle aches and pains, cough, abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting, and diarrhea.[]

  • Viral Hemorrhagic Fever

    The widespread abnormalities of blood vessels, chiefly arterioles and capillaries have been considered as main and initial defect which lead to impairment of function in a[] […] injection, prostration, anorexia, vomiting, hemorrhagic manifestations which begin about the third day, proteinuria about the fourth day, and hypotension about the fifth, renal[]

  • Renal Cell Carcinoma

    […] blood black, sticky stools bloody urine headache or change in your mental status coughing up blood Your healthcare provider: can tell you about other symptoms to watch for[] In view of this, pazopanib appears to represent an alternative for this patient group, as well as individuals with a recent ( Impaired renal function Abnormal renal function[] The fatal toxicities observed included pulmonary hemorrhage, GI hemorrhage, and sudden death.[]

  • Amphotericin B

    ., fever, persistent sore throat ), mental/mood changes, seizures , black stools, vomit that looks like coffee grounds.[] GU: abnormal renal function with hypokalemia, azotemia, hyposthenuria, renal tubular acidosis, nephrocalcinosis; with large doses, permanent renal impairment, anuria, oliguria[] We report some patients with kala-azar in whom coadministration of SAG and amphotericin B led to arrhythmia and sudden death.[]

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