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528 Possible Causes for Cold, Clammy Skin, Foaming at the Mouth, Sudden Death

  • Poisoning due to Puff Adder Venom

    "Cold-blooded" Although it is said that snakes are "cold-blooded," it is more accurate to say that they are unable to regulate their body temperatures by generating heat.[] Sudden illness or death, especially following a meal, dipping, change of situation, or change of diet, is commonly held to indicate poisoning, but obviously this does not[] Symptoms of shock include: faintness or collapsing pale, cold, clammy skin sweating rapid, shallow breathing weakness and dizziness blindness feeling sick and possibly vomiting[] He said: “I was paralysed, my blood started to clot and I couldn’t speak, I was foaming at the mouth.[]

  • Sarin Poisoning

    death, Fraga said.[] After the Cold War, all nerve agents of the V-group were banned by the Chemical Weapons Convention of 1997, and signatories destroyed their stockpiles.[] 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[] Symptoms included bleeding from the nose and mouth, coma, convulsions, difficulty breathing, extreme sensitivity to light, flulike symptoms, foaming at the mouth, fevers,[]

    Missing: Clammy Skin
  • Exposure to Nerve Gas

    death, Fraga said.[] Until that year, 1,159 military personnel had been exposed by the American military to nerve gas during the Cold War.[] Witnesses described seeing victims of yesterday’s attack foaming at the mouth and suffering fits.[] Under regular weather conditions, VX can persist for days on surfaces, while it can last for months in very cold conditions.[]

    Missing: Clammy Skin
  • Febrile Convulsions

    In most cases, febrile seizures are associated with an illness, such as an upper respiratory infection (e.g. common cold, ear infection, roseola).[] Abstract It has been suggested that sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) and febrile convulsions are related aetiologically.[] […] at the mouth or vomit turn blue roll back their eyes The febrile convulsion may last for several minutes.[] Back to questions Should I give them a cold shower or bath to cool them? No, the cold water would be distressing and may cause hypothermia.[]

    Missing: Clammy Skin
  • VX Poisoning

    After the Cold War, all nerve agents of the V-group were banned by the Chemical Weapons Convention of 1997, and signatories destroyed their stockpiles.[] death, Fraga said.[] 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[] 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.[]

    Missing: Clammy Skin
  • Cold-Induced Sweating Syndrome Type 1

    death.[] Common symptoms Sweating, clammy skin, and night sweats are common symptoms of withdrawal. You may also feel anxious, depressed, or moody.[] Moreover, wool can easily absorb up to 30% of its weight in moisture without feeling damp or clammy, and that helps keep a layer of dry air next to the skin which, in turn[] Abnormal central control of respiration may be present at birth, increasing the risk of sudden death.[]

    Missing: Foaming at the Mouth
  • EPN Poisoning

    death of Bombycille "[] Some symptoms of this condition include low blood pressure, dizziness, mental and behavioral changes, diarrhea, cold, clammy skin, and sometimes even a loss of consciousness[] When they became ill, the children broke into severe sweats, foamed at the mouth, vomited and went into convulsions. Most died within a few days.[] […] include: low blood pressure, which makes you feel dizzy when you stand up, a change in mental behaviour, such as confusion or disorientation, diarrhoea, reduced urine flow, cold[]

  • Syncope

    Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy is the most common cause of sudden cardiac death in adolescents. 48 Young age and syncope are risk factors for sudden cardiac death among these[] BACKGROUND: The cold pressor test (CPT) is a recognized physiological technique to evaluate autonomic cardiovascular function.[] After fainting due to a vasovagal episode, it is not uncommon for the person to have cold or clammy skin.[] […] and chest slightly below a line parallel to the floor and feet slightly elevated (Figure 9) Administer oxygen 4 to 6 L/min by nasal cannula Stimulate cutaneous reflexes Cold[]

    Missing: Foaming at the Mouth
  • Inhalation of Phosgene Gas

    High levels can lead rapidly to convulsions or sudden death. Chronic exposure damages the thyroid gland and nervous system.[] Within a few days, the Daily Mail published an editorial lambasting "the cold-blooded deployment of every device of modern science" by the Germans.[] skin, and a leaden hue in the face, in which only the lips and tips of the ears reveal the asphyxial cyanosis that underlies the failure of the man to win his fight for life[] Episodes of sudden death have resulted from very intense exposures of phosgene which may have been due to severe laryngospasm.[]

  • Mercury Poisoning

    The case mirrors the murder of Bulgarian dissident Georgi Markov who was killed with a poisoned umbrella in London in 1978 at the height of the Cold War.[] Sensitivity reactions to these diuretics may cause asthma, hives, other skin lesions, and sudden death.[] Head, Neck, Oral Cavity Disorders chronic headaches allergies severe dermatitis unexplained reactivity thyroid disturbance subnormal body temperature cold, clammy skin, especially[] §Rates of sudden death, not CHD death. Figure 2.[]

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