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19 Possible Causes for Bronchorrhea, Foaming at the Mouth

  • Sarin Poisoning

    According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR), victims were having difficulty breathing, foaming at the mouth, seizures, bleeding from the nose and mouth, fainting[gcnlive.com] Intubation may be necessary in cases of respiratory distress due to laryngospasm, bronchospasm, bronchorrhea, or seizures.[openanesthesia.org] […] at the mouth," vomiting, tearing, involuntary defecation and urination, tiny pinpoint pupils, and a slow heart rate that will cause fainting.[tonic.vice.com]

  • 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] Intubation may be necessary in cases of respiratory distress due to laryngospasm, bronchospasm, bronchorrhea, or seizures.[openanesthesia.org] Nerve agents cause death via respiratory failure, which in turn is caused by increased airway resistance (bronchorrhea, bronchoconstriction), respiratory muscle paralysis,[emedicine.medscape.com]

  • VX Poisoning

    Regarding the media reports that Kim had what appeared to be foam around his mouth, Nakagawa said in the letter, "Because VX causes an increase of secretion in the respiratory[mainichi.jp] But it then shows Kim walking apparently steadily to solicit help for several minutes, with none of the usual symptoms such as spasms or foaming at the mouth.[newscientist.com] […] at the mouth," vomiting, tearing, involuntary defecation and urination, tiny pinpoint pupils, and a slow heart rate that will cause fainting.[tonic.vice.com]

  • Carbamate Poisoning

    Bronchorrhea and bronchospasm are treated with titrated high-dose atropine . Neuromuscular toxicity is treated with IV pralidoxime .[merckmanuals.com] Less than 30 min after tracheal extubation, the patient’s respiratory status worsened because of major bronchorrhea and inefficient cough.[link.springer.com] […] and carbamates are common insecticides that inhibit cholinesterase activity, causing acute muscarinic manifestations (salivation, lacrimation, urination, diarrhea, emesis, bronchorrhea[gii.co.jp]

  • Parathion Poisoning

    Intubation may be necessary in cases of respiratory distress due to laryngospasm, bronchospasm, bronchorrhea, or seizures.[openanesthesia.org] Signs and Symptoms Muscarinic signs (SLUDGE) salivation, lacrimation, urination, diaphoresis, gastrointestinal upset, emesis and progressing to bronchospasm, bronchorrhea,[openanesthesia.org]

  • Cholinergic Crisis

    The much shorter “Triple B” only stands for Bradycardia, Bronchospasm, and Bronchorrhea.[symptoma.com] Intubation may be necessary in cases of respiratory distress due to laryngospasm, bronchospasm, bronchorrhea, or seizures.[openanesthesia.org] […] for Salivation, Lacrimation, Urination, Diarrhea, Gastric secretions and Emesis while the more inclusive “DUMBELS” stands for Diarrhea, Urination, Meiosis, Bradycardia, Bronchorrhea[symptoma.com]

  • Chlordane Poisoning

    Abstract 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[…][ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Exposure to Nerve Gas

    Witnesses described seeing victims of yesterday’s attack foaming at the mouth and suffering fits.[nypost.com] YouTube/Shajul Islam Other victims were seen foaming at this mouth, another possible symptom of nerve-agent exposure.[nytimes.com] Images from the rebel-held town of Khan Sheikhun showing victims suffering convulsions, breathing problems and foaming at the mouth have shocked the world.[dailymail.co.uk]

  • Organophosphate Insecticide

    Bronchorrhea and bronchospasm are treated with titrated high-dose atropine. Neuromuscular toxicity is treated with IV pralidoxime.[merckmanuals.com] Intubation may be necessary in cases of respiratory distress due to laryngospasm, bronchospasm, bronchorrhea, or seizures.[openanesthesia.org] By toxicological consultation, we revealed disturbed conscious level (GCS 10), pinpoint pupils and increase all body secretions, salivation, bronchorrhea and incontinence[omicsonline.org]

  • Inhalation of Noxious Gases

    Just one whiff and you’ll foam at the mouth, fall into a coma, and die. Originally synthesized for use as a pesticide, it was outlawed as a warfare agent in 1997. 5.[wired.com]

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