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122 Possible Causes for Cyanosis, Decreased Oxygen Saturation, Hoarseness

  • Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension

    This condition is called cyanosis . Increased pressure in the heart makes the heart’s muscles work harder than they should. Over time, these muscles grow weaker.[] Cough, hemoptysis, and hoarseness are less common symptoms. Women are more likely to be symptomatic than men.[] This condition is called cyanosis. Increased pressure in the heart makes the heart’s muscles work harder than they should. Over time, these muscles grow weaker.[]

  • Pneumonia

    The presence of normal oxygenation (oxygen saturation 96%) decreased the likelihood of pneumonia (LR, 0.47 [95% CI, 0.32-0.67]).[] A 5-month-old infant presented with cyanosis and tachypnea. He had no previous medical or birth history suggesting primary immune deficiency.[] Adenovirus infections are only rare causes of significant disease in AIDS patients When symptomatic, upper respiratory tract infection causes fever, sore throat, cough, hoarseness[]

  • Aspiration Pneumonia

    In the absence of an obvious predisposition, the abrupt onset of a self-limited illness characterized by dyspnea, cyanosis, and low-grade fever associated with diffuse rales[] […] yet not all victims will show signs of every symptom: Confusion and disorientation Fever Wheezing and/or noisy breathing Shortness of breath Difficulties with swallowing Hoarse[] Decreased mixed venous oxygen saturation can be employed as a marker for septic shock.[]

  • Pulmonary Fibrosis

    In acute conditions, oxygen is given to the patient to reduce hypoxemia and to reverse cyanosis.[] The risks of bronchoscopy are generally minor — most often a temporary sore throat and hoarseness from the passage of the bronchoscope — but the tissue samples are sometimes[] […] in oxygen saturations to below 89% or the need for oxygen at rest.[]

  • Smoke Inhalation Injury

    Dyspnoea, decreased level of consciousness, or confusion Hypoxaemia (low pulse oximetry saturation or arterial oxygen tension) or increased carbon monoxide levels ( 2%) Pathophysiologic[] Note whether there is cyanosis. Note whether the chest wall moves normally and symmetrically.[] No statistically significant correlation was found between intubation and any of the classic symptoms of smoke inhalation: stridor, hoarseness, drooling, and dysphagia (all[]

  • NADH Cytochrome B5 Reductase Deficiency

    Central cyanosis should be differentiated from peripheral cyanosis, as the tongue is spared in the latter condition.[] Depending on the severity of the malformation, patients may present with stridor, hoarse cry, swallowing difficulties, aspirations, cough, dyspnea and cyanosis through to[] […] to NADH-cytochrome b5 reductase deficiency is an autosomal recessive disorder characterized clinically by decreased oxygen carrying capacity of the blood, with resultant cyanosis[]

  • Legionnaires' Disease

    He became critically unwell during the hospital admission, with headache, uncontrolled fever, breathlessness, decreasing oxygen saturations and increasing oxygen requirements[]

  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    This definition reads, “oxygen saturation decreased to In collaboration with the participating centers, the authors (a priori) defined those events that seemed directly related[] It causes varying degrees of respiratory distress with retractions and even cyanosis.[] Additional to the secondary infection can be laryngitis (hoarseness/”frog in the throat”) , traccheitis, (irritation of trachea) , acute bronchitis, sinusitis, and even the[]

  • Croup

    Cyanosis and altered consciousness were not clinically significant even in patients with severe croup, whereas retraction and air entry were the major factors in WS for predicting[] METHODS: Children were classified as having recurrent croup if they had had 2 or more episodes of barky cough, inspiratory stridor, and hoarseness.[] Emergency response must be considered immediately if you observe any of these more severe symptoms as children may have a very low tolerance to decreased oxygen saturation[]

  • Asthma

    […] you: otc inhalers Seek medical help immediately for: Fast breathing with chest retractions (skin sucks in between or around the chest plate and/or rib bones when inhaling) Cyanosis[] A 72-year-old woman, known asthmatic, presented with chronic symptoms of hoarseness, dysphagia, chest heaviness, easy fatigability, cough, epigastric pain, feeling of abdominal[] […] in saturation.[]

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