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23 Possible Causes for Foaming at the Mouth, Hypercapnia

  • Pulmonary Edema

    […] pre-existing lung disease (but even in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), give high oxygen flow initially but monitor with blood gases to ensure hypercapnia[] Care is required when giving oxygen if the patient has lung disease as oxygen can reduce respiratory drive causing hypercapnia (respiratory failure).[] Non-invasive ventilation should be considered in dyspnoeic patients with pulmonary oedema and a respiratory rate 20 breaths/minute to improve breathlessness and reduce hypercapnia[]

  • Neonatal Respiratory Distress Syndrome

    Central (umbilical) or peripheral arterial blood should be analyzed and may show hypoxemia, hypercapnia and respiratory (caused by alveolar atelectasis) and metabolic (due[] […] deficiency : little or no reduction of alveolar surface tension reduced pulmonary unfolding atelectasis decreased lung compliance and functional residual capacity hypoxemia and hypercapnia[] […] deficiency little or no reduction of alveolar surface tension reduced pulmonary unfolding atelectasis decreased lung compliance and functional residual capacity hypoxemia and hypercapnia[]

  • Botulism

    Open Access Editor’s Choice Review Department of Microbiology and Immunology, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI 53226, USA * Author to whom correspondence should be addressed. Academic Editors: Jianlong Lou and James D. Marks Received: 8 August 2017 / Revised: 30 August 2017 / Accepted: 30 August 2017 /[…][]

  • Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

    101 ) have recently developed a method for normocapnic hyperpnea that allows for an increase in minute ventilation, and thus increased clearance of COHb, without harmful hypercapnia[] “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.[]

  • Scorpion Sting

    Hypercapnia may be present together with hypoxia, which in turn may be responsible for the accompanying neurological depression.[] […] at the mouth, and symptoms of methamphetamine exposure.[] Serious symptoms start within minutes of the sting and may include: Increased salivation (foaming at the mouth or drooling) Blurred vision Trouble focusing Slurred speech[]

  • Rabies

    […] transfusion to maintain the hemoglobin level at more than 10 g per deciliter, appropriate volume loading, and mechanical ventilation targeting arterial normoxia and mild hypercapnia[] […] at the mouth the dropping of the lower jaw (in dogs) paralysis of the jaw, mouth and throat muscles[] You might have an image in your head of a dog or raccoon acting aggressively and foaming at the mouth. But it’s not so easy to tell if you’re looking at a rabid animal.[]

  • Delirium

    These may include: Anemia Decreased oxygen ( hypoxia ) Heart failure High carbon dioxide levels ( hypercapnia ) Infections Kidney failure Liver failure Nutritional disorders[] On mouth, the woody and dry thing comes up. At the end of the sip, a light-bitter taste. The aftertaste comes dry and with a high bitterness.[] High formation foam with medium-high density. Smells like a true strong golden ale, a little bit woody and dry, with a touch of dry fruits at the end.[]

  • Inhalation of Noxious Gases

    It is non-toxic in low concentration, however in high concentrations it is harmful for health or even lethal, causing the development of hypercapnia and respiratory acidosis[] Just one whiff and you’ll foam at the mouth, fall into a coma, and die. Originally synthesized for use as a pesticide, it was outlawed as a warfare agent in 1997. 5.[] […] compressed liquefied gas October 28, 2003 Gases and Toxic Inhalation 5 Simple asphyxiants: Clinical manifestations Symptoms of hypoxia CVS and CNS effects predominate No hypercapnia[]

  • Brain Death

    We believe that in this case the prone position and moderate hypercapnia contributed to the acute coning.[] Case presentation A 62-year-old white female collapsed at home after a period of shortness of breath and "foaming at the mouth."[] As a consequence of severe refractory airflow limitation, moderate hypercapnia ensued for several days.[]

  • Exposure to Ammonia

    Indications for intubation include severe respiratory distress (hypoxemia, hypercapnia), stridor, hoarseness, deep facial burns, burns, and depressed mental status.[]

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