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197 Possible Causes for Gram-Negative Septicaemia, Sacral Edema

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  • Ascites

    Approximately 1,500 mL of fluid must be present to detect dullness. 205 In supine patients, sacral edema is an important clue.[]

  • Cachexia

    edema, and ascites).[] […] intake change, GI symptoms that have persisted for greater than 2 weeks, and functional capacity) and physical examination (loss of subcutaneous fat, muscle wasting, ankle/sacral[]

  • Adrenal Insufficiency

    Table 3 shows its incidence and mortality in children with Gram negative septicaemia, Gram positive septicaemia, and blood culture negative septic shock.[] The incidence of Gram negative sepsis was no greater in adrenal insufficiency (p   1.0).[]

    Missing: Sacral Edema
  • Toxic Megacolon

    A 43 year old woman in remission from acute myeloid leukaemia developed abdominal pain, severe melaena, diarrhoea and gram-negative septicaemia whilst severely pancytopenic[]

    Missing: Sacral Edema
  • Wound Infection

    Vibrio vulnificus is a Gram-negative, opportunistic human pathogen capable of causing life-threatening septicaemia, wound infections, and gastroenteritis, especially in immunocompromised[]

    Missing: Sacral Edema
  • Strongyloides Stercoralis

    Central nervous system (CNS): manifestations may include bacterial meningitis and abnormal CNS signs. 2,13,23 Sepsis: Gram-negative septicaemia or sepsis in any organ may[]

    Missing: Sacral Edema
  • Urologic Surgery

    The current practice of withdrawing antiplatelet therapy before major surgery has been challenged by the introduction of coronary drug-eluting stents (DESs) since evidence is accumulating that a DES requires dual antiplatelet therapy for at least a year. The authors present a case demonstrating difficulty in[…][]

    Missing: Sacral Edema
  • Ascending Cholangitis

    Choledochoduodenal fistula (CDF) is a complication of common bile duct stones or cholangitis in Asia. It is unclear as to which type of the fistula needs surgical treatment. To determine whether the sizes of CDF imply different clinical presentations and treatments, we reviewed 50 patients with CDF and their[…][]

    Missing: Sacral Edema
  • Diverticular Abscess

    Initial nonoperative management of diverticular abscess has become the standard of care; however, the need for elective resection after this index episode is unclear. The purpose of this study was to assess the long-term outcomes of expectant management after initial nonoperative treatment of diverticular[…][]

    Missing: Sacral Edema
  • Acute Liver Failure

    This case report details a unique case of acute, reversible liver failure in a 12-year-old male with sickle cell anemia on chronic transfusion protocol and deferasirox chelation. There is substantial literature documenting deferasirox-induced renal injury, including Fanconi syndrome, but less documentation of hepatic[…][]

    Missing: Sacral Edema

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