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162 Possible Causes for Coma, Foaming at the Mouth

  • Zygadenus Poisoning

    July 10, in Condition of Coma.. Fig. 5.[] Symptoms include: excessive watering (foaming) of the mouth, burning following by numbness of the lips and mouth, thirst, headache, dizziness, nausea, stomach pain, persistent[] Symptoms of poisoning include spasms and rapid breathing, low heart rate, diarrhea, deep tendon reflexes, coma, twitching, nausea, abdominal pain, dizziness, flushing, headache[]

  • Rabies

    Treatment included induction of coma while a native immune response matured; rabies vaccine was not administered.[] Once it enters the saliva glands and produces foaming of the mouth, it is considered advanced and highly contagious.[] In its latter stages, rabies causes fever, insomnia, hallucinations, foaming at the mouth, and extreme aggression.[]

  • Sarin Poisoning

    Additional findings include miosis, hypothermia, muscle twitching, tremors, ataxia, visual deficits, cardiac abnormalities (including cardiac arrest) and coma.[] 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[] Longer exposures result in tightness of the chest, headache, cramps, nausea, vomiting, involuntary defecation and urination, convulsions, coma, and respiratory arrest.[]

  • Epilepsy

    ., coma), and can help localize and diagnose certain infections and focal processes within the central nervous system (CNS). ( Slide 17 ) The EEG waveforms are divided into[] […] at the mouth, and was speechless. ' The assumption that Caesar suffered from epilepsy is backed by several sources dating back to Roman times.[] Act I, Scene ii of his tragedy Julius Caesar, Casca describes how Caesar ' swooned and fell down ...' and a few verses later says: ' He fell down in the market place, and foamed[]

  • Hyoscyamus Niger Poisoning

    Blighia sapia (ackee) hypoglycaemia, acidemia, vomiting, coma, seizures Nicotine, e.g.[] MOUTH Mouth Foams at mouth Lower jaw drops.[] Mouth.-- Tongue dry, red, cracked, stiff and immovable, protruded with difficulty; speech impaired. Foams at mouth. Teeth covered with sordes. Lower jaw drops.[]

  • Amanita Phalloides Poisoning

    We present the case of an 11-year-old boy with fulminant liver failure and hepatic coma due to Amanita phalloides poisoning treated with an urgent pediatric orthotopic liver[] Multisystem organ failure, pancreatitis, disseminated intravascular coagulation, seizures, coma and death may occur within 1-3 weeks of poisoning.[] It causes damage in liver, kidneys and rarely pancreas, causing encephalopathic coma, disseminated intravascular coagulation, hemorrhage and hypovolemic shock.[]

  • Postictal State

    […] by, Last updated May 31, 2012 Overview A useful way of approaching the unconscious patient is to use these three categories: Coma with focal or lateralising signs Coma without[] […] at the mouth for a few minutes — very long minutes.[] […] recorded during and after a seizure, (2) prolonged postictal confusional states, (3) prolonged postictal psychotic states, (4) epileptic and other encephalopathies, and (5) coma[]

  • Encephalitis

    Symptoms include high fever, headache, sensitivity to light, stiff neck and back, vomiting, confusion and, in severe cases, seizures, paralysis and coma.[] There was some foaming at the mouth. On admission there was some residual disorientation but no lateralizing symptoms or signs.[] KEYWORDS: coma and raised intracranial pressure; epilepsy and seizures; hydrocephalus; neuroimaging[]

  • Brain Death

    Our primary purpose is to define irreversible coma as a new criterion for death.[] Case presentation A 62-year-old white female collapsed at home after a period of shortness of breath and "foaming at the mouth."[] For patients under 3 years of age and unclear causes for a coma, modified criteria are used to determine brain death.[]

  • Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

    Loss of consciousness, low Glasgow Coma Scale score, intubation requirement, elevated troponin and higher creatine kinase levels were possible prognostic factors for development[] “I guess my buddy said when they pulled me out of there I was drooling and foaming at the mouth. Like I say, I’m lucky to be here,” Thetreau said.[] Severe CO poisoning results in coma or encephalopathy, but milder intoxication may occur with nonspecific symptoms suggestive of hysteria, hyperventilation, psychosis, or[]

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