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92 Possible Causes for Cardiac Arrest, Jaw Stiffness

  • Tetanus

    However, the patient succumbed to cardiac arrest as a result of severe autonomic instability, despite aggressive cardiopulmonary resuscitation.[] Early symptoms of tetanus include: Painful muscle spasms that begin in the jaw (lock jaw) Stiff neck, shoulder and back muscles Difficulty swallowing Violent generalized muscle[] Mortality was directly associated with symptomatic period, acute renal failure cardiac arrest and hypotension, and inversely associated with onset period in the multivariate[]

  • Overdose

    We further identified those with opioid overdose and those with cardiac arrest.[] “His jaw was essentially wired shut, his arms and legs were tensed up and he was very stiff,” Beshara told the court.[] […] arrhythmias and cardiac arrest.[]

  • Pharyngitis

    She sustained two cardiac arrests, three tube thoracostomies, acute kidney injury requiring dialysis and ventilatory failure requiring tracheostomy.[] Your child has swelling or pain in his or her jaw. Your child has voice changes, or it is hard to understand his or her speech. Your child has a stiff neck.[] Serious adverse effects include: allergic or anaphylactic reactions, drowsiness, dizziness, confusion, low blood pressure, irregular heart beats, cardiac arrest, blurry vision[]

  • Respiratory Muscle Paralysis

    arrest.[] The most common spasms occur in the muscle of the jaw, and the first sign of the illness often is stiffness of the jaw, or trismus.[] Death is likely. 10,000 milliamps (10 amps) Cardiac arrest and severe burns occur.[]

  • Vaginospasm

    arrest; Neonatal: neonatal depression with prolonged and high dose succinylcholine; caution with CCB Beta 2 agonist -- smooth muscle relaxation Unknown: altered calcium uptake[] […] tightening, teeth grinding); Neck — expresses stress as a stiff neck, often to the point of arms going numb; Low back — expresses stress as low back pain, sciatica, etc.[] Magnesium sulfate: Contraindications heart block, maternal damage; myasthenia gravis Maternal: flushing, sweating, nausea, loss of deep tendon reflexes, respiratory depression, cardiac[]

  • Strychnine Poisoning

    Eventually the patient became comatosed due to anoxia and had a cardiac arrest.[] Her last recorded words were "My jaws are stiff. This is a horrible death to die." Her murderer was never identified.[] She then went into cardiac arrest and was taken to the hospital, despite what the affidavit calls emphatic requests from her husband that they not take her because the two[]

  • Osteoarthritis

    (adult) 8,749 2.3 404 11 Acute cerebrovascular disease 8,361 2.2 597 12 Cardiac dysrhythmias 7,624 2.0 795 13 Complications of surgical procedures or medical care 6,850 1.8[] As a result of the pain and stiffness, the freedom of the joints is often affected.[] (adult) 5,487 3.0 263 9 Cardiac dysrhythmias 5,099 2.8 529 10 Acute cerebrovascular disease 4,600 2.5 381 11 Spondylosis, intervertebral disc disorders, other back problems[]

  • Tonic-Clonic Seizure

    Unfortunately, he also developed cardiac arrest and required intubation for ventilation after the seizure.[] Your jaw muscles contract and you may bite your tongue. Saliva may escape from your mouth. Your bladder may contract and you may pass urine.[] See also what Agonal Respirations, Jugular Venous Distention, and Cardiac Arrest and CPR look like A seizure is an episode of chaotic, disorderly electrical activity involving[]

  • Juvenile Primary Lateral Sclerosis

    arrest) Airway management skills Basic Life Support Defibrillation skills (AED modes) Cardiac arrest management using the ARC ALS Algorithm Work as an effective team member[] […] in the body’s core Weakness and stiffness progressing to the arms, hands, tongue, and jaw Facial muscle weakness Hoarseness Reduced rate of speech Slurred speech Drooling[] Few other symptoms that are experienced by the patients include: Weakness and stiffness progressing to the trunk, then the arms, hands, tongue and jaw. ; Hoarseness, reduced[]

  • Malignant Hyperthermia

    Cardiac arrest followed. He could not be resuscitated. Postmortem genetic analysis found a novel RYR1 variant.[] Jaw stiffness was first noted although trachea was intubated without difficulty.[] arrest.[]

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