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915 Possible Causes for Cyanosis, Pallor, Sudden Death

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    Yellowing of the eyes and skin ( jaundice ) High Fever Decreased tone (floppiness) Vomiting Cloudy or bloody urine Irregular breathing Pale pallor or even a bluish skin tone ( cyanosis[] To determine if trimethoprim use for urinary tract infection (UTI) is associated with an increased risk of acute kidney injury, hyperkalaemia, or sudden death in the general[] […] all of the following symptoms: Yellowing of the eyes and skin ( jaundice ) High Fever Decreased tone (floppiness) Vomiting Cloudy or bloody urine Irregular breathing Pale pallor[]

  • Cardiac Tamponade

    Other frequent symptoms are pulsus paradoxus, pericardial friction sounds, tachycardia, tachypnea, weakened peripheral pulses, edema, cyanosis.[] However, patient had bradycardia, and the other striking examination findings were coarse facies with pallor, madarosis, absent axillary and pubic hair and breast atrophy.[] Spontaneous coronary artery rupture is a rare disorder that may develop early into a sudden death due to the abrupt evolution of the associated cardiac tamponade.[]

  • Cardiogenic Shock

    Cyanosis. Cyanosis occurs because there is insufficient oxygenated blood that is being distributed to all body systems.[] […] creating a vicious cycle: Signs Symptoms: Shortness of breath Dyspnea on exertion Diaphoresis Cough with pink sputum Chest pain Air hunger Hypoxia Tachycardia JVD Rales Skin pallor[] It is often fatal and is mostly recognized at post-mortem examination in young victims of sudden death.[]

  • Achondroplasia

    Sleep-related symptoms (snoring, mouth breathing, cyanosis, observed apneas, excessive sweating, enuresis, problems of initiating and maintaining sleep) were present in 18[] Achondroplasia represents hydrocephalus or medullary compression caused by narrowed foramen magnum, which can result in sudden death in some infants.[] This may cause respiratory weakness, apnea, episodes of cyanosis, feeding problems, limb weakness, and even sudden death.[]

  • Ventricular Fibrillation

    This is also known as cyanosis. That's the blue-color skin when you're not circulating oxygen through the body. An EKG in someone in V-fib looks like this.[] Identification of risk of cardiac arrest and sudden cardiac death in athletes. In: Estes NA, Salem DN, Wang PJ, eds. Sudden Cardiac Death in the Athlete .[] Cohort studies have revealed an increased risk for ventricular fibrillation (VF) and sudden cardiac death (SCD) in patients with atrial fibrillation (AF).[]

  • Sudden Infant Death Syndrome

    This "near miss" event occurred during quiet sleep and was characterized by a prolonged apneic attack with marked bradycardia, cyanosis and limpness which required immediate[] More prolonged attacks, and especially those associated with pallor, blueness or a long recovery period are more important.[] A case of cardiac rhabdomyoma presenting as sudden infant death in a four-and-one-half month-old infant is reported.[]

  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    Observe the patient for rib retractions, use of strap muscles, and perioral cyanosis.[] […] in sudden infant death syndrome.[] Children with serious laryngotracheitis (croup) may also have tachypnea, stridor and cyanosis.[]

  • Cardiomyopathy

    Affected individuals may also experience excessive sweating, fatigue, wheezing, and paleness of the skin (pallor).[] A thorough family history of juvenile sudden death, ventricular arrhythmias and ICD implants should always be sought.[] The ICD is the best protection against sudden death.[]

  • Congestive Heart Failure

    […] oxygen saturation and rapid respiratory rate, which may or may not be associated with altered mental status, excessive sweating, use of accessory muscles of respiration, and cyanosis[] […] wheezing S 3 gallop and/or pulsus alternans Increased intensity of P 2 heart sound Hepatojugular reflux Ascites, hepatomegaly, and/or anasarca Central or peripheral cyanosis, pallor[] The basic pharmacology of PDE inhibitors is presented and the use of PDE-3 inhibitors for the treatment of heart failure causing an increase in sudden death is also reviewed[]

  • Cor Pulmonale

    A 12-year-old boy presented acutely after an episode of syncope with perioral cyanosis.[] Acute presentations may also present with pallor, diaphoresis, hypotension, and tachycardia.[] A 57-year-old man with deep vein thrombosis in his left calf developed acute progressive dyspnea with hypoxemia, cyanosis and the clinical picture of acute cor pulmonale,[]

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