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63 Possible Causes for Bronchorrhea, Drooling, Excessive Tearing, Hypersalivation

  • Organophosphate Insecticide

    […] body secretions, including sweat, saliva, mucus, and tears irregular heartbeat collapse respiratory depression or arrest coma Organophosphate poisoning can cause several[healthline.com] Drooling, excess phlegm, bronchorrhoea, bronchospasm. Breathing difficulty. Marked muscle twitching or tremors. Muscle weakness, fatigue. Vomiting, diarrhoea, urination.[patient.info] The most frequent signs were meiosis, change in mental status, hypersalivation and fasciculations. Ten patients (21.2%) required mechanical ventilation.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Bronchorrhea and bronchospasm are treated with titrated high-dose atropine . Neuromuscular toxicity is treated with IV pralidoxime .[merckmanuals.com]

  • Cholinergic Crisis

    The signs and symptoms of cholinergic crisis result from excess activation of the muscarinic receptor system.[brainprotips.com] […] initial symptom) – Diplopia – Blank affect or expressionless face – Facial drooping, facial paralysis – Tendency of the mouth to hang open (often associated with saliva drooling[rnspeak.com] Features suggestive of a cholinergic crisis (too much medication) include muscle fasciculation, pallor, sweating, hypersalivation and small pupils.[patient.info] The much shorter “Triple B” only stands for Bradycardia, Bronchospasm, and Bronchorrhea.[symptoma.com]

  • Parathion Poisoning

    After his hospitalization on his third day of poisoning, the patient was comatose, had a tight myosis and a diffuse tremor hypersalivation.[toxicology.imedpub.com] Intubation may be necessary in cases of respiratory distress due to laryngospasm, bronchospasm, bronchorrhea, or seizures.[openanesthesia.org] Complications include severe bronchorrhea, seizures, weakness, and neuropathy. Respiratory failure is the most common cause of death.[emedicine.medscape.com] Signs and Symptoms Muscarinic signs (SLUDGE) salivation, lacrimation, urination, diaphoresis, gastrointestinal upset, emesis and progressing to bronchospasm, bronchorrhea,[openanesthesia.org]

  • Exposure to Nerve Gas

    This is why exposure to them causes excessive tears, salivation, sweat, urination, diarrhea, and constricted pupils, all leading to fluid in the lungs and pulmonary edema,[futurism.com] The victim will next have difficulty breathing, and will experience nausea and drooling.[24.wikia.com] Atropine sulfate blocks the muscarinic effects of acetylcholine that cause bronchorrhoea, hypersalivation, bronchoconstriction and bradycardia, thereby reducing these effects[emro.who.int] People exposed to these pesticides may experience excessive salivation, tears and sweat, diarrhea, urination, small (constricted) pupils and pulmonary edema , a condition[livescience.com]

  • Organophosphate Poisoning

    Organophosphate poisoning Pathology Type Toxin Cause(s) Exposure to pesticides Symptoms Excessive salivation, excessive tear production, uncontrolled or excessive urination[house.wikia.com] If you are working in an emergency room and a patient comes in with abdominal pain, cough, drooling, and tearing after playing in a field that was recently sprayed for insects[quizlet.com] She had vomiting, excessive retching, diarrhoea, miosis, hypersalivation and bilateral crepitation on chest during admission.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Clinical features of organophosphate poisoning are defecation, urination, miosis, bronchorrhea, emesis, lacrimation and salivation.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Malathion Poisoning

    In addition, the heart rate increased and hypersalivation was improved after the initiation of HDF. For aspiration-related pneumonia, sulbactam/ampicillin was used.[jintensivecare.biomedcentral.com] Intubation may be necessary in cases of respiratory distress due to laryngospasm, bronchospasm, bronchorrhea, or seizures.[openanesthesia.org] […] sevin, and many common roach and ant sprays) Poisoning Signs “SLUDGE” Salivation Lacrimation Urination Defecation GI hypermotility (Emesis, diarrhea) Excessive sweating and bronchorrhea[orangecountyfl.net] Complications include severe bronchorrhea, seizures, weakness, and neuropathy. Respiratory failure is the most common cause of death.[emedicine.medscape.com]

  • Chlordane Poisoning

    Chlordane was, prior to regulatory action by EPA in 1976, an extensively used insecticide for both household and agricultural pest control purposes. It was readily available to the general public for many years; thus, human exposure, including poisonings, has been documented. A case reporting fatal chlordane ingestion[…][ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Carbamate Poisoning

    […] salivation and tearing.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] […] decreased level of consciousness and lack of responsiveness) Convulsions Dizziness Headache Weakness BLADDER AND KIDNEYS Increased urination EYES, EARS, NOSE, AND THROAT Drooling[medlineplus.gov] Bronchorrhea and bronchospasm are treated with titrated high-dose atropine . Neuromuscular toxicity is treated with IV pralidoxime .[merckmanuals.com] Drooling, excess phlegm, bronchorrhoea, bronchospasm. Breathing difficulty. Marked muscle twitching or tremors. Muscle weakness, fatigue. Vomiting, diarrhoea, urination.[patient.info]

  • Tabun Poisoning

    […] at the mouth," vomiting, tearing, involuntary defecation and urination, tiny pinpoint pupils, and a slow heart rate that will cause fainting.[tonic.vice.com] […] include: Neuromuscular Effects Autonomic Nervous System Effects Central Nervous System Effects Twitching Weakness Paralysis Respiratory failure Reduced Vision Small pupil size Drooling[faculty.washington.edu] Atropine sulfate blocks the muscarinic effects of acetylcholine that cause bronchorrhoea, hypersalivation, bronchoconstriction and bradycardia, thereby reducing these effects[emro.who.int] Intubation may be necessary in cases of respiratory distress due to laryngospasm, bronchospasm, bronchorrhea, or seizures.[openanesthesia.org]

  • Sarin Poisoning

    […] at the mouth," vomiting, tearing, involuntary defecation and urination, tiny pinpoint pupils, and a slow heart rate that will cause fainting.[tonic.vice.com] The nose runs, the eyes cry, the mouth drools and vomits, and bowels and bladder evacuate themselves. It is not a dignified state.[theatlantic.com] Intubation may be necessary in cases of respiratory distress due to laryngospasm, bronchospasm, bronchorrhea, or seizures.[openanesthesia.org] Our mouths drool and our noses drip uncontrollably, and our eyes tear and leak – not that we can see ourselves doing this in the mirror, because our vision blurs as our pupils[haaretz.com]

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