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4,490 Possible Causes for Coma

  • Acute Alcohol Intoxication

    Coma, vomiting and hypothermia are the commonest symptoms in young teenagers intoxicated by alcohol.[] Symptoms range from changes in behavior to severe hypothermia, vomiting, altered consciousness, coma, and respiratory insufficiency that may be fatal.[] RESULTS: Regardless of BAL, older age, male gender, severe Glasgow Coma Scale score ( CONCLUSIONS: Acute alcohol intoxication was not associated with type and number of DAI[]

  • Hypoglycemia

    Convert to ICD-10-CM : 251.0 converts directly to: 2015/16 ICD-10-CM E15 Nondiabetic hypoglycemic coma Approximate Synonyms Coma, hypoglycemic Coma, hypoglycemic, nondiabetic[] Convert to ICD-10-CM : 251.1 converts approximately to: 2015/16 ICD-10-CM E16.0 Drug-induced hypoglycemia without coma Or: 2015/16 ICD-10-CM E16.1 Other hypoglycemia Approximate[] Severe hypoglycemia eventually lead to glucose deprivation of the central nervous system resulting in hunger; sweating; paresthesia; impaired mental function; seizures; coma[]

  • Alcohol Abuse

    Confusion Memory problems Concentration problems Alcohol poisoning Breathing problems Car crashes and other accidents Risky behavior Violent behavior Suicide and homicide Coma[] These effects can include: Reduced inhibitions Slurred speech Motor impairment Confusion Memory problems Concentration problems Coma Breathing problems Death Other risks of[] […] behavior staying conscious but not having memory of your actions, which is called a blackout Very high concentrations of alcohol in the blood can cause breathing problems, coma[]

  • Hyponatremia

    The patient developed acute symptomatic seizures and coma. Gradual normalization of the sodium level led to a recovery of consciousness.[] We report two cases of symptomatic hyponatremia (focal neurological signs and coma) after bowel preparation with sodium picosulfate/magnesium citrate for colonoscopy.[] An examination revealed Glasgow Coma Scale of 13/15 and marginally low blood pressure.[]

  • Head Injury

    Keywords Head Injury Glasgow Coma Scale Injury Severity Score Glasgow Coma Scale Score Severe Head Injury These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.[] In a Level II trauma center, all admissions of patients 18 years with a head Abbreviated Injury Scale Score 2, Glasgow Coma Scale 13 from May 2011 to May 2013 were queried[] We report a case of a head injury patient with intact Glasgow Coma Scale requiring immediate re-intubation and tracheostomy after extubation failure as a result of stridor[]

  • Diabetes Mellitus

    250.30 Diabetes with other coma, type II or unspecified type, not stated as uncontrolled convert 250.30 to ICD-10-CM 250.31 Diabetes with other coma, type I [juvenile type[] If coma persists, seek other causes.[] […] with other coma, type I [juvenile type], uncontrolled convert 250.33 to ICD-10-CM 250.4 Diabetes with renal manifestations 250.40 Diabetes with renal manifestations, type[]

  • Stroke

    Ischemic stroke with coma Ischemic stroke without coma Ischemic stroke wo coma Lacunar infarction Lacunar stroke Left anterior cerebral artery occlusion w stroke Left anterior[] […] following: breathing and heart functions body temperature control balance and coordination weakness or paralysis in all four limbs chewing, swallowing, and speaking vision coma[] Its meaning is the same as the pattern of alpha coma and, in some records, the two standards can coexist (alpha-theta coma) 35.[]

  • Acute Kidney Failure

    This can cause both neurological and cardiac complications, such as seizures, coma, arrhythmia and hypotension, according to the American Academy of Family Physicians.[] Additionally, you may have shortness of breath, nausea, fatigue, drowsiness, chest pain, chest pressure, seizures and even coma in severe cases.[] […] feet Feeling tired Trouble catching your breath Feeling confused Nausea Pain or pressure in your chest If you have very severe AKI, you may have seizures or fall into a coma[]

  • Congestive Heart Failure

    16.2 80 Multiple sclerosis 21,708 2,529 11.6 82 Paralysis 7,394 987 13.3 83 Epilepsy, convulsions 252,200 31,965 12.7 84 Headache, including migraine 70,782 7,373 10.4 85 Coma[]

  • Opiate Overdose

    These findings were similar to those seen with other drug overdoses if combined with strenuous muscular effort or hypoxic coma.[] Abstract Heroin and other opiates are central nervous system depressants; in an opiate overdose, respiration slows, potentially resulting in hypoxia, coma, or death.[] Analysis of the distribution of the hourly average amount of naloxone used to rescue patients from coma showed an opposite circadian variation, with a significant peak in[]

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