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359 Possible Causes for Bradycardia, Hypernatremia

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    Severe volume depletion can cause bradycardia; deep, erratic respirations; and hypothermia. 2[] Results: AGE constituted 18% of the total admissions. 22% had Hyponatremia, 71.5% had Isonatremia and 6.5% had Hypernatremia.[] No incidences of bradycardia (HR 7 .[]

  • Dehydration

    Bradycardia was seen more commonly in group 2 (1.5% versus 16.5%, p   0.002).[] We present the case of a full-term newborn who was fed solely breast milk and developed severe dehydration and hypernatremia.[] These findings are compatible with previously described CNS pathologic findings in hypernatremia.[]

  • Adams-Stokes Syndrome

    Stokes Adams syndrome) refers to syncopal episodes that occur from cardiac arrhythmia, most commonly bradycardia in the form of second degree type II AV block , complete heart[] […] the male Synonyms: Klinefelter syndrome syndrome Klinefelter's syndrome 5. syndrome (n.) a complex of concurrent things Synonyms: composite complex Antonyms: hypocalcemia hypernatremia[] The patient may experience a sudden episode of bradycardia or absence of pulse and syncope that may be followed by epileptic seizures.[]

  • Bicarbonate

    Several hours after presentation, she developed sinus arrest and junctional bradycardia that resolved after infusion of intravenous sodium bicarbonate solution.[] We should keep in mind that acute hypernatremia and CPM can be associated with intravenous sodium bicarbonate therapy, and that CPM due to acute hypernatremia may be effectively[] We report a case of iatrogenic severe hypernatremia (sodium 207 mEq/L) and severe metabolic acidosis (pH 6.65) that resulted due to accidental use of inappropriate bicarbonate[]

  • Cerebral Hemorrhage

    When assessing the heart rate, note the presence of bradycardia, tachycardia and any irregularities or changes.[] PubMed Google Scholar Adrogue HJ, Madias NE: Hypernatremia. N Engl J Med 2000, 342: 1493-1499.[] Soon after presentation, he became more lethargic with episodes of bradycardia to the 30s and without concomitant hypertension.[]

  • Carotid Sinus Syncope

    Tenosynovitis) Trochanteric Bursitis NEW ALGORITHMS INCLUDE Amenorrhea, Primary Amenorrhea, Secondary Back Pain, Acute Bleeding, Gastrointestinal Breast Mass Dyspepsia Fatigue Hypernatremia[] In pts with SSS, A-V block or atrial fibrillation with bradycardia, PM was inserted (DDDR or VVIR).[] Do Not Do Recommendation Do not diagnose carotid sinus syncope if carotid sinus massage causes asymptomatic transient bradycardia or hypotension.[]

  • Intracranial Hypertension

    In a recently published analysis of pooled data from three prospective clinical trials, continuous infusion of HTS correlated with serum hypernatremia and reduced ICH burden[] January 12, 2013 Impaired level of consciousness Neck stiffness Photo and phonophobia Papilloedema – optic disc swelling Pupillary dilation and decreased response to light Bradycardia[] Cushing's triad or physiology, which includes irregular respirations, systemic arterial hypertension and bradycardia.[]

  • Cerebral Edema

    HA, nausea, vomiting, papilledema, altered mental status, Chushings response increase in ICP with bradycardia Transtentorial (uncicate) herniation temporal lobe is compressed[] The investigators hypothesize that induced, sustained hypernatremia following traumatic brain injury will decrease the rate of cerebral edema formation and improve patient[] On the 5 th day, generalized seizures started again, as well as vomiting of gastric contents, cyanosis, and bradycardia.[]

  • Hyperkalemia

    The significance of sever bradycardia can vary widely.[] Increased sodium (hypernatremia) in the blood occurs whenever there is excess sodium in relation to water.[] Codes Adjacent To E87.5 E86 Volume depletion E86.9 Volume depletion, unspecified E87 Other disorders of fluid, electrolyte and acid-base balance E87.0 Hyperosmolality and hypernatremia[]

  • Fluctuating Level of Consciousness

    […] signs suggesting raised intracranial pressure or reduced or fluctuating level of consciousness (Glasgow Coma Scale score less than 9 or a drop of 3 points or more) relative bradycardia[] […] as occurs in shock ); or has an alteration in the brain's chemistry . [3] Metabolic disorders such as diabetes mellitus and uremia can alter consciousness. [12] Hypo- or hypernatremia[] […] toxicity Supportive care and sedation for agitated withdrawal states Intravenous fluids for dehydration, hypovolemia, hypotension or hyperosmolar states such as HHNS or hypernatremia[]

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