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853 Possible Causes for Hypercapnia, Vomiting

  • Acidosis

    CONCLUSION: Patients receiving midazolam had a more than doubled risk of respiratory depression as mirrored by hypercapnia and acidosis, but not hypoxemia.[] Vomiting causes metabolic alkalosis because a lot of stomach acid is lost when someone vomits, and this leads to the reduction of acidity within the body.[] Many patients with chronic hypercapnia and respiratory acidosis are also hypoxemic.[]

  • Pneumonia

    Cannula may have a mortality benefit in pure hypoxic respiratory failure when compared with NiPPV and should be your first choice for those patients with pneumonia but without hypercapnia[] Aspiration pneumonia Aspiration pneumonia occurs when you inhale food, drink, vomit or saliva into your lungs.[] Despite early physiologic improvements, CPAP neither reduced the need for intubation nor improved outcomes in patients with acute hypoxaemia and non‐hypercapnia respiratory[]

  • Congestive Heart Failure

    These SRDB cause arousals, hypoxemia-reoxygenation, hypercapnia-hypocapnia, and changes in intrathoracic pressure.[] Anorexia, nausea and vomiting: Congestion of the portal system causes these symptoms.[] […] fainting spells Feeling of fullness, loss of appetite, or abdominal pain Fluid retention, which causes swollen extremities or abdomen (edema) Loss of muscle mass Nausea or vomiting[]

  • Opiate Overdose

    The charcoal may cause nausea and vomiting over the next few hours. It will also cause a black color to your stools for the next 1 to 2 days.[] Opiate overdose is responsible for features of intoxication which include nausea, vomiting, slowed gastric emptying, constipation, as well as the typical triad.[] While waiting for emergency medical help to arrive, roll the person suffering from the opioid overdose on their side to protect them from choking in the event that they vomit[]

  • Aspiration Pneumonia

    Diseases of the respiratory system › J60-J70 Lung diseases due to external agents › J69- Pneumonitis due to solids and liquids › Pneumonitis due to inhalation of food and vomit[] A washout period should be considered when switching between ChE inhibitors to minimize the risk of vomiting and aspiration.[] […] pneumonia NOS Aspiration pneumonia (due to) food (regurgitated) Aspiration pneumonia (due to) gastric secretions Aspiration pneumonia (due to) milk Aspiration pneumonia (due to) vomit[]

  • Heroin Dependence

    Short-Term Effects “Rush” Depressed respiration Clouded mental functioning Nausea and vomiting Suppression of pain Long-Term Effects Addiction Infectious diseases, for example[] […] nose Nausea and vomiting Extreme sweating Chills Runny nose Increased blood pressure Cardiovascular problems Respiratory distress Insomnia Seizures Stroke Coma Death[] Heroin has the following effects on the user: Labored breathing Lowered ability to a cough Drowsiness Dry mouth Nausea Vomiting Reduced anxiety Fatigue Heaviness in the limbs[]

  • 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[] While headache, nausea, and vomiting are the most common presenting symptoms in children, the most common symptom in infants is consciousness disturbance.[] The most common presenting symptoms were vomiting (32.1%) and consciousness changes (30.9%).[]

  • Salicylate Poisoning

    The issue with intubation is the inability to keep up with the hyperventilation necessary to avoid hypercapnia and worsening acidosis, both of which can lead to cardiac arrest[] CNS toxicity can contribute to vomiting. In severe cases, the condition progresses to cerebral edema, seizures, coma, and death.[] Ringing in the ears (tinnitus), nausea, vomiting, and diaphoresis are other common symptoms.[]

  • Cystic Fibrosis

    […] death only when their Pa(CO2) was or 50 mm Hg (HR, 7.0; 95% CI, 1.5-32), while the increased risk of death with FEV1 or 30% was not further influenced by the presence of hypercapnia[] Cough, haemoptysis, bronchospasm, pharyngolaryngeal pain and post-tussive vomiting were the most commonly reported side effects in both treatment groups.[] […] risk of death only when their Pa CO 2 was 50 mm Hg (HR, 7.0; 95% CI, 1.5–32), while the increased risk of death with FEV 1 30% was not further influenced by the presence of hypercapnia[]

  • Anaphylaxis

    […] an itching of the scalp and tongue, difficulty in breathing because of swelling or spasm of the bronchi, skin flush of the whole body, an abrupt fall in blood pressure, vomiting[] This causes constriction of the airways, resulting in wheezing ; difficulty breathing ; and gastrointestinal symptoms such as abdominal pain, cramps, vomiting, and diarrhea[] […] itchiness, or redness all over the body and swelling of the lips, tongue, or back of the throat Trouble breathing Severe GI symptoms such as abdominal cramps, diarrhea, or vomiting[]

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