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114 Possible Causes for Carbon Monoxide Poisoning, Yawning

  • Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

    Carbon monoxide poisoning is a potentially fatal condition caused by inhalation of carbon monoxide, a toxic, colorless, odorless and tasteless gas.[] The central nervous system and carbon monoxide poisoning II. Anatomical studies of brain lesions following intoxication with carbon monoxide .[] Carbon monoxide poisoning: systemic manifestations and complications.[]

  • Sinus Barotrauma

    Home » MRI Findings of Otic and Sinus Barotrauma in Patients with Carbon Monoxide Poisoning during Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy SOURCE PLoS ONE;Jun2013, Vol. 8 Issue 6, p1 SOURCE[] Flying Relieve pressure by chewing gum, yawning, sucking on candy, and breathing with your mouth open.[] Shen M, He J, Cai J, Sun Q, Sun X, et al. (2010) Hydrogen as a novel and effective treatment of acute carbon monoxide poisoning. Med Hypotheses 75: 235–7.[]

  • Syncope

    […] the following: Pale skin Lightheadedness Tunnel vision — your field of vision narrows so that you see only what's in front of you Nausea Feeling warm A cold, clammy sweat Yawning[] A variety of stimuli including pain, emotions, heat, urination/defecation, yawning, and nausea can lead to an inappropriate reflexive response with pooling of blood in the[] […] feeling bad" or "feeling faint" Reports feeling nauseous Exhibits slightly lower blood pressure and tachycardia In the late stage the patient exhibits: Pupillary dilation Yawning[]

  • Psychogenic Hyperventilation

    Diagnostic pitfall: Carbon monoxide poisoning mimicking hyperventilation syndrome. Am J Emerg Med 2005;23:903-4. [ PUBMED ] 26.[] If you try to expand your chest (like through yawning) you increase your risk for hyperventilation.[] Frequent sighing respirations, 2-3 per minute and frequent yawning are noted. Chest wall tenderness, numbness, and tingling may be present.[]

  • Hypoxia

    Drowning, strangling, choking, suffocation, cardiac arrest, head trauma, carbon monoxide poisoning, and complications of general anesthesia can create conditions that can[] As the degree of hypoxia increases, the classic medical signs and symptoms include: Breathlessness/air hunger Excessive yawning Tiredness and fatigue Euphoria Impairment of[] […] impaired judgment, memory impairment, diminished peripheral vision, impaired consciousness, cyanosis, headache, personality change, tingling, wordiness, hearing loss, euphoria, yawning[]

  • Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

    KEYWORDS: Carbon monoxide poisoning; MRI; hyperbaric oxygen therapy; seizures; status epilepticus[] You can relieve that feeling by yawning or swallowing. For most conditions, therapy lasts approximately two hours.[] ., yawn and swallow).[]

  • Parkinson's Disease

    monoxide poisoning Postencephalitic Parkinsonism, a viral disease that causes "sleeping sickness" Striatonigral degeneration, a disease that affects the part of the brain[] Dalvin LA, Damento GM, Yawn BP, Abbott BA, Hodge DO, Pulido JS. Parkinson Disease and Melanoma: Confirming and Reexamining an Association.[] […] by carbon monoxide or manganese (a type of mineral), lesions and tumours in the brainstem, and a rare illicit drug called N-MPTP.[]

  • Post-Encephalitic Syndrome

    monoxide Toxic dementia: Alcoholic dementia Metallic dementia (e.g., lead, mercury, arsenic, manganese) Organic poisons (e.g., solvents, some insecticides) Space Occupying[] Interprétations historiques Charcot mardi 23 oct 1888 Nouvelles conceptions la contagion du bâillement Phylogénèse Neurophysiologie du bâillement en anglais , yawning schéma[] […] micro-infarcts Lacunar dementia (large infarcts) Binswanger disease Cerebral embolic disease (flat, air, thrombus fragments) Anoxic dementia: Cardiac arrest Cardiac failure (severe) Carbon[]

  • Atelectasis

    Impaired breathing—air is not pulled deep enough into the lungs to open all sacs Damage to nerve and muscles that control breathing—may prevent coughing, deep breathing, or yawning[]

  • Secondary Parkinsonism

    Other possible causes include progressive supranuclear palsy, carbon monoxide poisoning, corticobasal degeneration, narcotic overdose, brain damage that results from anesthesia[] Dalvin LA, Damento GM, Yawn BP, Abbott BA, Hodge DO, Pulido JS. Parkinson Disease and Melanoma: Confirming and Reexamining an Association.[] monoxide poisoning Certain medicines used to treat mental disorders or nausea Mercury poisoning and other chemical poisonings Overdoses of narcotics MPTP (a contaminant in[]

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