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31 Possible Causes for Foaming at the Mouth, Stupor, Sudden Death

  • Phencyclidine Intoxication

    In the second stage, patients are stuporous to comatose, but they have intact deep pain responses. In the third stage, patients do not respond to deep pain stimuli.[] Most cases of sudden death during arrest have involved cocaine intoxication; because phencyclidine's pharmacologic properties are quite different from those of cocaine, these[] Changes in sensorium consisted of coma, lethargy/stupor, and acute brain syndrome; however, 46% of patients were alert and oriented.[]

  • Zygadenus Poisoning

    Symptoms include: excessive watering (foaming) of the mouth, burning following by numbness of the lips and mouth, thirst, headache, dizziness, nausea, stomach pain, persistent[] All parts of this native perennial plant, including the seeds, contain an alkaloid (zygacine is believed to be the primary toxic compound) that causes foaming at the mouth[]

  • 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.[]

  • Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

    Other signs include stupor, coma, gait disturbance, movement disorders, and rigidity.[] It can cause sudden illness and death. CO is found in combustion fumes, such as those made by cars and trucks, lanterns, stoves, gas ranges and heating systems.[] “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.[]

  • Epilepsy

    Ferraz, Sudden unexpected death in Parkinson's disease: Perspectives on what we have learned about sudden unexpected death in epilepsy (SUDEP), Epilepsy & Behavior, 10.1016[] […] at the mouth, and was speechless. ' The assumption that Caesar suffered from epilepsy is backed by several sources dating back to Roman times.[] KEYWORDS: Biomarkers; Epilepsy; Forensic preventative pathology; MiRNA; Sudden death[]

  • Pulmonary Edema

    By 3 hours post-bite she was stuporous, cyanosed, irritable, tachypnoeic, tachycardic (180 bpm) with frequent ventricular ectopics, hypertensive (160/110), and had generalised[] Abstract Anaphylaxis is a rapid allergic reaction that may cause sudden death.[]

  • Hyoscyamus Niger Poisoning

    As the mania advances he seems to lie in a sort of stupor and yet it is not a real stupor, because the slightest noise rouses him into all these forms of violent mania.[] The word poison may evoke thoughts of sudden, painful death, but for centuries herbalists and healers exploited the power of natural toxins and venoms as medicine.[] Mouth.-- Tongue dry, red, cracked, stiff and immovable, protruded with difficulty; speech impaired. Foams at mouth. Teeth covered with sordes. Lower jaw drops.[]

  • Carbamate Poisoning

    We report the case of a 4-year-old boy who was admitted to the Pediatric Department of the Second University of Naples for evaluation of stupor, lethargy, severe hypotonia[] On Thursday, Batu Gajah police chief ACP Mohd Nasry Mohd Omar said police did not find any criminal elements in Hawa’s death and had classified the incident as “sudden death[] (min-hrs) progress to: ataxia, generalised weakness, coma, convulsions, resp. depression, CVS depression In children CNS effects usually predominated by lethargy or coma/stupor[]

  • Exposure to Ammonia

    […] severe) Mouth pain Lip swelling HEART AND BLOOD Rapid, weak pulse Collapse and shock NERVOUS SYSTEM Confusion Difficulty walking Dizziness Lack of coordination Restlessness Stupor[] At high concentrations, the gas can cause instantaneous collapse and sudden death.[]

  • Postictal State

    […] status Patients in whom no other cause is available to explain the altered sensorium, especially in those who have a history of a previous seizure, even if remote Unexplained stupor[] […] unexpected death in epilepsy.[] […] at the mouth for a few minutes — very long minutes.[]

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