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  • Pneumonia

    In severe cases, other symptoms to expect include a blue-tinged skin, decreased thirst, convulsions, constant vomiting, decreased levels of consciousness and temperature always[] That evening he made a promise that he would do something to stop children dying from pneumonia.[] The elderly are especially at risk of becoming seriously ill and dying from this disease.[] The mortality rate is between 5% and 14%. 1.2-10% of adults admitted to hospital with CAP are admitted to intensive care units and for these patients the risk of dying is[] The World Health Organisation's recommended low-cost alternative treatment for severe pneumonia - low-flow oxygen - still results in one in seven children dying.[]

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  • Iatrogenic Cushing's Disease

    Increased thirst and urination. Increased appetite to the point of greed, stealing and begging for food. Panting, shortness of breath and overheated.[] […] records from 210,289 hospital visits between 2013 and 2016, Drexel University researchers have identified the specific symptoms that put patients at the greatest risk of dying[] […] sex (low libido) Erection problems Other symptoms that may occur include: Mental changes, such as depression, anxiety, or changes in behavior Fatigue Headache Increased thirst[] Symptoms usually include fatigue, weakness, depression, mood swings, increased thirst and urination, and lack of menstrual periods in women.[]

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  • Sunburn

    […] large area your child has fever or chills after getting sunburned your child has a headache, confusion, or a feeling of faintness you see signs of dehydration (increased thirst[] "The UV light causes random damages in the DNA and DNA repair process such that cells acquire the ability to avoid dying," said Chuang.[] In fact, correcting a vitamin D deficiency may cut your risk of dying in half, according to an analysis of more than 10,000 individuals. 1 This one-of-a-kind nutrient is known[]

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  • Bacterial Meningitis

    […] different than normal Headache with nausea or vomiting Confusion or difficulty concentrating Seizures Sleepiness or difficulty waking Sensitivity to light No appetite or thirst[] "As soon as I came out of that danger zone of dying, everyone around me was saying, 'You're going to do this. You're going to get back on your feet," she said.[] Prompt, appropriate antibiotic therapy can reduce the risk of dying from bacterial meningitis to around 15%. How can I prevent meningitis?[] I knew I was dying,” Winters said. Two friends who had slept over called 911, and an ambulance took her from her Hillcrest home to nearby Scripps Mercy Hospital.[]

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  • Listeriosis

    No maternal fatality was recorded, but 11 (29.7%) pregnancies resulted in a foetal death, a miscarriage, or a birth of a foetus dying immediately after birth.[]

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  • Persistent Vegetative State

    Likewise, the basic brain mechanisms for thirst and hunger exist in brain regions typically not damaged by PVS.[] […] violate the principle of nonmaleficence and be tantamount to inflicting inadvertent "cruel and unusual punishment" on patients whose potential distress, during the process of dying[] […] rapid pharmacological forms of euthanasia that minimize distress than the de facto euthanasia of life-support termination that may lead to excruciating feelings of pure thirst[]

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  • Peptic Ulcer

    […] hematemesis (vomiting of fresh blood or “coffee ground” material); passage of bloody stools (hematochezia) or black tarry stools (melena); and weakness, orthostasis, syncope, thirst[] Graham DY, Lew GM, Klein PD, et al.[] Dore MP and Graham DY (2000) Pathogenesis of duodenal ulcer disease: the rest of the story . Baillieres Best Pract Res Clin Gastroenterol 14 : 97–107 9.[] F10.181 Alcohol abuse with alcohol-induced sexual dys... F10.182 Alcohol abuse with alcohol-induced sleep diso...[] Weisman SM and Graham DY (2002) Evaluation of the benefits and risks of low-dose aspirin in the secondary prevention of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular events .[]

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  • Mitral Valve Prolapse

    […] pains in the neck, back, and extremities, numbness, swelling of the hands and feet, visual disturbances, skin rashes, hay fever, perspiring too much or too little, excessive thirst[] There can be sensations of chest pain, a feeling of doom or detachment, a fear of dying, or a desire to flee.[] *It is believed that many MVPS patients have a faulty thirst mechanism which often leads to inadequate fluid intake.[] There can be sensations of chest pain, a feeling of doom or detachment, a fear of dying or a desire to flee.[] The attacks are marked by heart palpitations, trembling or shaking, chest pain, fear of dying, and shortness of breath. MVPS patients also may suffer mood swings.[]

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  • Cryptococcal Meningitis

    Defaulters had 14.7 (CI 95% 1.6-131.6, p   0.016) times greater odds of dying, with 9 from 18 patients dying (50%), compared to the non-defaulters.[] Postmortems were requested on patients dying during initial hospitalization with HIV-associated cryptococcal meningitis. Five postmortems were performed.[] Based on cryptococcal antigenaemia prevalence in each country and region, we estimated the annual numbers of people who are developing and dying from cryptococcal meningitis[] […] therapy, with 17 from 48 patients (35.4%) dying compared with 1 out of 21 patients (4.8%) on treatment.[] Statistical analysis showed that antiretroviral therapy naïve patients had 9.9 (CI 95% 1.2-81.2, p   0.0032) times greater odds of dying compared to those on antiretroviral[]

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  • Uremia

    Tinnitus or deafness Poor memory Aching, soreness or weakness of the low back Spermatorrhea or Premature ejaculation Aching in the bones Aching in the leg and heel Dry mouth Thirst[] In an autopsy case of an 80-year-old woman dying of uremia, analysis of an intestinal fluid smear revealed small intestine epithelial cells engulfing complete erythrocytes[] […] in contrast to how the synthesis of urea in the laboratory heralded the death of "vitalism," the clinical use of dialysis restored the "vitality" of comatose unresponsive dying[] Symptoms include low urine output, confusion, loss of consciousness, and excessive thirst.[] Symptoms of uremia often initially include fatigue, loss of appetite, edema, excessive thirst, and decreased concentration, and progression of the condition may lead to a[]

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