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259 Possible Causes for Acute Kidney Failure, Hypovolemic Shock

  • Dehydration

    Low blood volume shock (hypovolemic shock). This is one of the most serious, and sometimes life-threatening, complications of dehydration.[] Dehydration also often causes the kidneys to work less well, and in severe cases may even cause acute kidney failure.[] As dehydration progresses, hypovolemic shock ultimately ensues, resulting in end organ failure and death.[]

  • Acute Peritonitis

    Untreated hypovolemia can result in decreased cardiac output, and, ultimately, hypovolemic shock. 1 In addition to fluid shifts, foreign substances such as feces and mucus[] kidney failure .[] failure.[]

  • Colchicine Poisoning

    Bone marrow suppression is a known complication that may lead to sepsis, whereas hypovolemic shock and cardiac failure are the most important causes of death from colchicine[] Death results from rapidly progressive multi-organ failure, involving bone marrow suppression, kidney and liver failure, acute respiratory distress syndrome, arrhythmias and[] Clinical description Ingestion of colchicine typically leads to profuse vomiting and diarrhea, which can be bloody, followed by hypovolemic shock and multisystem organ failure[]

  • Cholera

    The patient suffered from hypovolemic shock and acute renal failure. Elevated creatine phosphokinase indicated rhabdomyolysis.[] This is a case report about a 54-year-old man with hypovolemic shock, due to diarrhea and major vomiting after his return from India.[] Severe cholera is a life-threatening illness of hypovolemic shock and metabolic acidosis due to rapid and profuse diarrheal fluid loss.[]

  • Waterhouse Friderichsen Syndrome

    Dula DJ, Lutz P, Weaver BN (1985) Rapid flow rates for the resuscitation of hypovolemic shock. Ann Emerg Med 14:303–306 CrossRef PubMed 11.[] Acidosis and acute kidney failure can be seen as in any severe sepsis.[] Carcillo JA, Davis AL, Zaritsky A (1991) Role of early fluid resuscitation in pediatric septic shock. JAMA 266:1242–1245 CrossRef PubMed 10.[]

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    […] a lot of alcohol having major surgery kidney failure liver failure respiratory failure Some people with acute gastritis do not have any symptoms.[] failure systemic stress being on a breathing machine or respirator Factors that increase your risk of acute gastritis include: taking NSAIDs taking corticosteroids drinking[] […] system to attack the stomach lining digestive diseases and disorders such as Crohn’s disease bile reflux cocaine use ingesting corrosive substances such as poison surgery kidney[]

  • Rare Form of Salmonellosis

    More than 2,400 people have fallen ill, including nearly 700 with acute kidney failure, and at least 23 people have died.[]

  • Accidental Hypothermia

    shock impairs their thermoregulatory system, are also at elevated risk for death if hypothermic.[] shock may manifest after cessation of the hydrostatic pressure exerted by the water upon the body. 39 There are examples of victims apparently stable and conscious after[] For example, patients with traumatic injuries, who may be predisposed to accidental hypothermia because their injuries leave them unable to move into warm areas or because hypovolemic[]

  • Malaria

    kidney failure Hyperparasitemia, where more than 5% of the red blood cells are infected by malaria parasites Metabolic acidosis (excessive acidity in the blood and tissue[] It can affect the brain, kidneys and lungs, causing symptoms such as seizures, mental confusion, acute respiratory distress and coma; it can result in multi-organ failure[] […] may occur even after the parasite counts have decreased in response to treatment Abnormalities in blood coagulation Low blood pressure caused by cardiovascular collapse Acute[]

  • Tumor Lysis Syndrome

    We present the case of a chemo-naive 58-year-old Belgian woman developing hypovolemic shock and multiple organ failure due to tumor lysis syndrome after a single dose of trastuzumab[] Acute kidney failure prior to chemotherapy .[] Secondary outcomes included percentage of patients improving, total adverse events, acute kidney failure, deaths, and serum uric acid and creatinine levels. 21 studies (24[]

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