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172 Possible Causes for Electrolyte Imbalance, Syncope, Urinary Incontinence

  • Autonomic Neuropathy

    Autonomic Neuropathy may lead to the following complications: Excessive diarrhea or vomiting may lead to fluid or electrolyte imbalance in the body Sudden decrease in blood[] Sometimes, this may cause dizziness or even fainting (syncope). In most cases, a cause for the POTS is never identified.[] OBJECTIVE: This study evaluated associations among cardiovascular autonomic neuropathy (CAN), female sexual dysfunction (FSD), and urinary incontinence (UI) in women with[]

  • Vasovagal Syncope

    Likely an electrolyte imbalance… Blood flows on water… I had 2 saline water bags added in me in the emergency room.. Felt instantly better for months.[] Cardiac vasovagal syncope has the highest number of mortality while non-cardiac syncope doesn’t have such high mortality.[] Also, in patients with seizures, associated signs may include: urinary incontinence, tongue biting, eye deviation, and sometimes fecal incontinence.[]

  • Epilepsy

    imbalance Schwartz 1989 of changes occurring either in nerve cell lipid membranes or neurotransmitter production ( Schwartz 1989 ; Schwartzkroin 1999 ).[] Abstract A 44-year-old male patient was admitted to the hospital for observation after an unwitnessed syncope.[] At 14 years old, she experienced an aggravated seizure, manifesting as unconsciousness, hyperventilation, and urinary incontinence.[]

  • Loop Diuretic

    Secondary end points were electrolyte imbalance, change in creatinine levels, tinnitus or hearing loss, and days of hospitalization.[] Reactions * CV: Hypovolemia and hypotension: rapid diuresis, especially in the patients receiving other hypotensive agents, may result in severe orthostatic hypotension, syncope[] Common ADRs include: hyponatremia , hypokalemia , hypomagnesemia , dehydration , hyperuricemia , gout , dizziness , postural hypotension , syncope . [12] The loss of magnesium[]

  • Pheochromocytoma

    These include hypoglycemia , addisonian crisis and extreme diuresis , and electrolyte and fluid imbalance.[] incontinence.[] Typical signs include headache, flushing, palpitation, sweating, nervousness, hyperglycemia, nausea, vomiting, and syncope.[]

  • Furosemide

    However, electrolyte imbalances (also hyponatremia, hypomagnesemia, hypochloremic alkalosis) are dose related .[] In practical terms that means furosemide could lead to frequent urination, hard-to-control urinary urges and even an occasional bout of urinary incontinence ( BMC Geriatrics[] These intensive therapies are accompanied by high risks of dangerous electrolyte imbalances![]

  • Torsades De Pointes

    After correction of this electrolytic imbalance, TdP was suppressed and metoprolol was started.[] BACKGROUND: A 43-year-old woman suffering from Steinert syndrome was admitted after experiencing multiple episodes of torsades de pointes-related syncope.[] Terodiline, an antispasmodic agent used to treat urinary incontinence, was withdrawn in the UK following 69 reported cases of serious arrhythmias.[]

  • Obstipation

    Normal saline is normally used for a cleansing enema because it is isotonic solution and therefore, does not cause electrolyte imbalance, unlike the tap water.[] incontinence.[] They should not be used in clients with preexisting fluid and electrolyte imbalances.[]

  • Tussive Syncope

    Other causes can be related to metabolism (electrolyte imbalance, low blood sugar), diabetes, a high fever, etc.[] […] as seizures and other causes of syncope.[] incontinence.[]

  • Syncope

    Other causes can be related to metabolism (electrolyte imbalance, low blood sugar), diabetes, a high fever, etc.[] […] on Syncope of the ESC. 1, 2 The subdivision of syncope is based on pathophysiology as follows: View this table: In this window In a new window Table 1 Causes of syncope[] Was there urinary incontinence?[]

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