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1,579 Possible Causes for Acute Kidney Failure, Blurred Vision, Electrolyte Imbalance, Tachycardia

  • Anticholinergic Toxicity

    Many drugs, mushrooms and plants contain anticholinergic substances and these can produce side effects such as constipation , hot skin, blurred vision , a dry mouth and confusion[] Tachycardia, hyperthermia, mydriasis and urinary retention are effects caused by inhibition of peripheral receptors, whereas hallucinations, seizure, and even coma might be[] Evaluation should include basic laboratory studies, such as a complete metabolic profile, to determine electrolyte imbalances and liver and renal function.[] The most persistent symptom of Jimsonweed toxicity is blurred vision, as mydriasis can persist for up to 1 week.[]

  • Pheochromocytoma

    In people who have them, symptoms may include: Severe headaches Excessive sweating Fast heart rate Sensation of a panic attack Blurred vision Nausea, vomiting, constipation[] Five days later, the patient had ventricular tachycardia, and severe hypertension, remarkable blood pressure fluctuation between 224/76 and 70/50 mm Hg.[] […] elevation myocardial infarction, cardiogenic shock, acute liver failure, and oliguric kidney injury requiring continuous renal replacement therapy.[] These include hypoglycemia, addisonian crisis and extreme diuresis, and electrolyte and fluid imbalance.[]

  • Amanita Phalloides Poisoning

    Other symptoms include blurred vision, headache, loss of consciousness and confusion.[] The electrocardiogram disclosed sinus tachycardia. Aggressive treatment with fluids, activated charcoal, penicillin G and silibinin were started.[] A kidney biopsy showed massive acute tubular necrosis, mainly in the proximal convoluted tubule, and mild interstitial infiltration by mononuclear cells.[] Life-threatening complications include increased intracranial pressure, intracranial bleeding, pancreatic inflammation, acute kidney failure, and cardiac arrest. [66] [67][]

  • Viral Hemorrhagic Fever

    Approximately 70% of cases show mild course and 30% have several complications, such as shock, bleeding, renal failure, electrolyte imbalance, pulmonary edema, and secondary[]

  • Salicylate Poisoning

    Airways and lungs: Rapid breathing Slow, labored breathing Wheezing Eyes, ears, nose, and throat: Ringing in the ears Blurred vision Nervous system: Agitation, confusion,[] Other signs are diaphoresis, hyperactivity, and tachycardia. Hyperventilation leads to respiratory alkalosis, but not typically in children.[] […] oliguric kidney failure), and not because of the serum salicylate level. 1-3 The literature describes numerous cases in which levels below 100mg/dl have proven fatal for[] Correct fluids and electrolytes Rehydrate to euvolaemia Correct electrolyte imbalance Correct hypoglycaemia Enhance elimination and treat acidosis Correction of metabolic[]

  • Acute Alcohol Intoxication

    Excitement Senses are dulled Poor coordination Drowsy Beginnings of erratic behavior Slow reaction time Impaired judgment Confusion Exaggerated emotions Difficulty walking Blurred[] Take the patient’s blood pressure to ascertain if there are any orthostatic changes, hypotension, or tachycardia.[] Extreme dehydration may occur, potentially leading to acute kidney failure. 26 Alcohol is potentially toxic to the glands of the pancreas , and consumption of large amounts[] Patients are usually treated with intravenous fluid to hydrate the patient and to correct hypoglycemia or electrolyte imbalance.[]

  • Lithium Toxicity

    Blurred vision Severe muscle spasms Seizures Coma How do I safely take lithium? Take this medicine exactly as directed.[] Episodes of monomorphic ventricular tachycardia recurred 100 times. The patient required a norepinephrine infusion for hypotension.[] Am J Kidney Dis 1992;19:31–38. Sigler MH, Teehan BP: Solute transport in continuous hemodialysis: A new treatment for acute renal failure. Kidney Int 1987;32:562–571.[] Its adverse effects of dehydration and serum electrolyte imbalances are widely known.[]

  • Acute Amphetamine Intoxication

    vision Chest pain Hallucinations Unrealistic ideas of personal ability and power Convulsions Malnutrition Skin disorders Amphetamine-caused psychosis Some people who abused[] Within one hour of use, at least two of the following physical symptoms: tachycardia pupillary dilation elevated blood pressure perspiration or chills nausea or vomiting D[] Bleeding within the kidneys and urinary tract produces acute renal failure.[] IV fluids: Many people will receive intravenous fluids to treat dehydration and potential electrolyte imbalances.[]

  • Dehydration

    However, if your nausea is persistent or is accompanied with other symptoms such as fainting, confusions, vomiting, high fever, chest pain or blurred vision, it’s time to[] Dehydration is marked by thirst, orthostatic hypotension, tachycardia, elevated plasma sodium levels, hyperosmolality, and, in severe instances, cellular disruption, delirium[] Dehydration also often causes the kidneys to work less well, and in severe cases may even cause acute kidney failure.[] Correction of the electrolyte imbalance in both cases over a period of 48 h led to the resolution of symptoms.[]

  • Digitalis Toxicity

    vision.[] , junctional tachycardia, and bidirectional ventricular tachycardia are common.[] Serum levels of approximately 1.3 nmol/L are recommended for optimal benefit in heart failure.(3) Digoxin is eliminated by the kidneys and chronic toxicity typically occurs[] imbalances.[]

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