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4,533 Possible Causes for Foaming at the Mouth, Pupillary Abnormality, Sudden Death

  • Botulism

    death.[] From 1976 to 2010 we created an archive of 1090 BoNT-producing isolates consisting of 1012 IB patient (10 outpatient, 985 hospitalized, 17 sudden death), 25 food, 18 dust[] Arnon SS, Damus K, Thompson B, Midura TF, Chin J (1982) Protective role of human milk against sudden death from infant botulism.[]

  • Chlordane Poisoning

    Abstract Chlordane was, prior to regulatory action by EPA in 1976, an extensively used insecticide for both household and agricultural pest control purposes. It was readily available to the general public for many years; thus, human exposure, including poisonings, has been documented. A case reporting fatal chlordane[…][]

  • Exposure to Nerve Gas

    death, Fraga said.[] Witnesses described seeing victims of yesterday’s attack foaming at the mouth and suffering fits.[] YouTube/Shajul Islam Other victims were seen foaming at this mouth, another possible symptom of nerve-agent exposure.[]

  • Acute Amphetamine Intoxication

    Sudden cardiac death is often related to amphetamine overdose because the drugs are commonly used to increase physical performance and stamina in activities involving high[] […] cardiac death pneumothorax psychosis seizures ischemic colitis serotonin syndrome delirium paranoia coma rarely, severe acidosis, multiorgan failure and death occur U.S.[] […] following hyperthermia (can be life-threatening) dehydration severe hypertension tachydysrhymia myocardial infarction vasospasm aortic dissection cerebral vascular accidents sudden[]

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  • Overdose

    Rather, heroin users who concurrently take tranquilizers, alcohol, and cocaine are those at risk for sudden death.[] […] or vomiting, and abnormal behaviour such as fighting, grandiosity, hypervigilance, agitation, and impaired judgement.[] These "health effects" include irregular heart rhythms and, in children who may have hidden heart risks, sudden death.[]

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  • Cerebral Hemorrhage

    CAUSES OF SUDDEN DEATH IN SAH  Large intraparenchymal hematoma  Destruction of brain tissue  Acute hydrocephalus  Increased intracranial pressure  Cardiac arrhythmias[] Of note, 3 of the 7 patients with pupillary abnormalities made a good recovery, as did 4 of the 8 with clots 60 mL.[] SAH is a cause of sudden death and should be considered in comatose patients after cardiac arrest. 2.[]

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  • Opiate Overdose

    death was linked to prescription painkiller abuse.[] Prince's sudden death five weeks ago was due to an opioid overdose, according to officials in Minnesota.[] Prince cremated before intimate private memorial service The toxicology tests confirmed what a preponderance of evidence and a plethora of rumors suggested: Prince’s sudden[]

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  • Heroin Dependence

    BACKGROUND: Methadone is associated with QTc prolongation and sudden death in susceptible patients.[] They are born addicted and have to go through withdrawal, while also being more susceptible to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), and may grow up to have developmental or[] Symptoms of heroin overdose – which may result in death – include shallow breathing, clammy skin, convulsions and coma.[]

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  • Wernicke Encephalopathy

    Patients may also suffer postural hypotension, syncope, and sudden death, probably due to involvement of brainstem cardiorespiratory centers.[] Less frequently noted manifestations are: pupillary abnormalities such as sluggishly reactive pupils, ptosis, scotomata, and anisocoria.[] Sudden unexpected death and Wernicke's encephalopathy, a complication of prolonged intravenous feeding. Aust N Z J Med 1980, 10:230-235. [ Links ] 9. Harper C.[]

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  • Cicuta Maculata Poisoning

    The onset of symptoms in humans is often so sudden and traumatic that treatments are not always successful.[] Mouth. Bloody foam from nose and mouth. Throat. Spasm of muscles of deglutition on presenting anything to mouth. Stomach. Nausea and vomiting, frothy, glairy fluid.[] The symptoms are similar in all cases of poisoning: salivation, muscular spasms, violent convulsions, coma, and death from asphyxiation.[]

    Missing: Pupillary Abnormality

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