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217 Possible Causes for Hematocrit Increased, Hypernatremia, Hypovolemic Shock, Ileus

  • Diabetic Ketotic Coma

    shock, renal failure, and hypoxia. 2) Fats are incompletely metabolized causing ketone body production that also leads to osmotic diuresis. 3) As the body becomes more acidic[] […] prevent recurrence complications of treatment – most common is hypoglycemia following insulin administration ("insulin shock") excessive administration of fluid can lead to hypernatremia[] Isotonic saline (0.9% NaCl) infused at a rate of 500-1000 mL/h during the first 2 hours is usually adequate, but in patients with hypovolemic shock, a third or fourth liter[] Hypernatremia often contributes additionally to plasma hyperosmolarity. The pathogenesis of these component abnormalities is considered.[]

  • Extensive Burns

    Unless fluids are replaced immediately, renal shut down and hypovolemic shock will occur.[] […] expenditures were on the third to fifth days after successful resuscitation.Our goal therefore was to determine the nutritional demands and to begin to deliver them as soon as the ileus[] This increase in capillary permeability, coupled with evaporative water loss, causes hypovolemic shock.[] […] signs of cellulitis at unburned margins of burn wound too rapid eschar separation - general signs of sepsis in burned patients include: change in sensorium development of ileus[]

  • Dehydration

    Low blood volume shock (hypovolemic shock). This is one of the most serious, and sometimes life-threatening, complications of dehydration.[] We present the case of a full-term newborn who was fed solely breast milk and developed severe dehydration and hypernatremia.[] In patients with unprovoked VTE (n 269), levels of BUN and hematocrit were significantly increased in the peak incidence group compared to lowest incidence group (19.5 0.8[] It may result in hypovolemic shock (see shock) 276.5 Excludes ICD-9-CM codes are used in medical billing and coding to describe diseases, injuries, symptoms and conditions[]

    Missing: Ileus
  • Acute Peritonitis

    Untreated hypovolemia can result in decreased cardiac output, and, ultimately, hypovolemic shock. 1 In addition to fluid shifts, foreign substances such as feces and mucus[] Leukocytosis, hypokalemia, hypernatremia, and acidosis may be present, but they are not specific findings.[] Complications:  Systemic complications:  Bacterimic or endotoxic shock  SIRS  MODS  Abdominal Complications:  Paralytic ileus  Residual/recurrent abscess/ Inflammatory[] Blood chemistry may be normal, but in serious cases it may indicate severe dehydration, such as increased blood ureal nitrogen (BUN) and hypernatremia.[]

    Missing: Hematocrit Increased
  • Acute Pancreatitis

    In addition, hypovolemic shock caused by bleeding from the inferior mesenteric vein (IMV) in acute pancreatitis has not been reported.[] […] decrease – BUN increase – Serum calcium – Base deficit – Fluid sequestration – PaO2 – AST aspartate aminotransferase; BUN blood urea nitrogen; PaO2 partial arterial oxygen[] Weekend AP admissions were more likely to develop alcohol withdrawal (5.9% vs 5.7%, P 0.001) and ileus (4.1% vs 3.1%, P 0.04).[] This case of abdominal distension could not be explained by common causes, such as ascites, bowel edema, hematoma, bowel distension, or ileus, which led us to suspect pancreatitis[]

  • Cholera

    The patient suffered from hypovolemic shock and acute renal failure. Elevated creatine phosphokinase indicated rhabdomyolysis.[] This is a case report about a 54-year-old man with hypovolemic shock, due to diarrhea and major vomiting after his return from India.[] Victims experience the voluminous loss of bicarbonate-rich isotonic saline at a rate that may lead to hypovolemic shock, metabolic acidosis, and death within afew hours.[] Rapid intervention with fluid replacement is essential to prevent hypovolemic shock and circulatory collapse in severe cases.[]

    Missing: Ileus
  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    Results: AGE constituted 18% of the total admissions. 22% had Hyponatremia, 71.5% had Isonatremia and 6.5% had Hypernatremia.[] […] their child was “dehydrated” and got an IV) CON: Requires more parental/caregiver involvement (we American’s are generally lazy) CON: Can’t be used in the setting of an ileus[] Likewise, patients with abdominal ileus should not be administered oral fluids until bowel sounds are audible.[] Campylobacter species - Bacteremia, meningitis, cholecystitis, urinary tract infection, pancreatitis, and Reiter syndrome C difficile - Chronic diarrhea, toxic megacolon, and ileus[]

    Missing: Hematocrit Increased
  • Small Bowel Obstruction

    Elevated blood urea nitrogen levels are consistent with dehydration, and hemoglobin and hematocrit levels may be increased.[] Synonyms Ileus: paralytic ileus, adynamic ileus, non mechanical obstruction, intestinal pseudo obstruction Small bowel obstruction: mechanical ileus, obstructive ileus, dynamic[] Despite medical therapy, prolonged ileus and progression to sepsis were shown, she underwent surgery to confirm the diagnosis and relief of mechanical ileus.[] Head and neck surgery is not often considered a risk factor for intestinal ileus and small bowel obstruction.[]

    Missing: Hypernatremia
  • Large Bowel Obstruction

    Gallstone ileus of the colon is an exceedingly rare cause of large-bowel obstruction.[] hematocrit (hemoconcentration) -LDH elevation- sign of tissue breakdown 1) Plain films (supine, upright): dilated bowel, air-fluid levels 2) CT scan (no contrast): when plain[] Gallstone ileus of the sigmoid colon is an important, though extremely rare, cause of large bowel obstruction.[] The administration of contrast media can differentiate between partial and complete obstruction, small and large bowel obstruction and ileus.[]

    Missing: Hypernatremia
  • Diarrhea

    Her hypernatremia was resistant to fluid management.[] Paralytic ileus: a serious complication in acute diarrhoeal disease among infants in developing countries.[] Likewise, patients with abdominal ileus should not be administered oral fluids until bowel sounds are audible.[] CASE PRESENTATION: A 79-year-old female was admitted because of metabolic encephalopathy caused by dehydration and hypernatremia.[]

    Missing: Hematocrit Increased

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