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181 Possible Causes for Hyperglycemia, Hypovolemic Shock

  • 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[] Diabetic Ketoacidosis and Non-Ketotic Hyperosmolar Coma Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA) – associated with type 1 diabetes Clinical Presentation – hyperglycemia ( 250 mg/dl), acidosis[] , ketonemia and high anion gap acidosis State of hyperosmolality with low or no ketone bodies Cause Excessive synthesis of ketone bodies from free fatty acids Severe hyperglycemia[]

  • Extensive Burns

    Unless fluids are replaced immediately, renal shut down and hypovolemic shock will occur.[] Hyperglycemia (in the absence of pre-existing diabetes mellitus)  Untreated plasma glucose 200 mg/dL or equivalent mM/L  Insulin resistance – examples include  7 units[] Systemic Effects  Hypermetabolic response  Phase I [ebb]  First 48 hrs  Decrease in cardiac output urine output O2 consumption BMR  Impaired glucose tolerance with hyperglycemia[]

  • Pheochromocytoma

    METHODS: Google Scholar and PubMed were searched using the following key words: "diabetes," "pheochromocytoma," "adrenoreceptors," and "hyperglycemia."[] Abstract Pheochromocytoma, a neuroendocrine tumor, is often associated with hyperglycemia.[] Coronary vasospasm was possible because he had no classic coronary risk factors (e.g. family history and smoking habit, essential hypertension, hyperglycemia and abnormal[]

  • Ectopic Pregnancy

    The most common complication is rupture with internal bleeding which may lead to hypovolemic shock.[] In absolute emergency situations, a patient may present with severe tenderness, abdominal rigidity, involuntary guarding and signs of hypovolemic shock as well.[] Complications The most common complication is rupture with internal bleeding which may lead to hypovolemic shock.[]

  • Accidental Hypothermia

    Abstract Accidental hypothermia is known to be a hazard to elderly people in temperate and cold climate. This is a review of the literature focusing on risk factors, clinical presentation and treatment of hypothermia in the elderly. The most important risk factors are connected to ageing itself and to the morbidity[…][]

  • Addisonian Crisis

    Addison's Disease Acute adrenal crisis (Addisonian Crisis / Acute Adrenal Insufficiency) Hypovolemic Shock What are the symptoms of Addison’s disease and an adrenal crisis[] […] sodium and water and excretes potassium so decrease in potassium hypernatremia ( retaining sodium), hypertension( retaining sodium and water), hypokalemia (losing potassium), hyperglycemia[] Cortisol indirectly induces insulin secretion to counterbalance hyperglycemia but also decreases insulin sensitivity.[]

  • Acute Iron Intoxication

    Iron poisoning can cause hypovolemic shock due to iron's potent ability to dilate the blood vessels . [ citation needed ] Death may occur from liver failure . [ citation needed[] He had hyperglycemia and leukocytosis.[] Significant fluid loseses may lead to hypovolemic shock 6-12 hours –– gastrointestinal symptoms wane and the patient appears to be getting better.[]

  • Metabolic Acidosis

    The cause of an elevated anion gap may be clinically obvious (eg, hypovolemic shock, missed hemodialysis), but if not, blood testing should include Glucose BUN Creatinine[] […] likely to develop DKA in the setting of significant hyperglycemia.[] BACKGROUND: Frequent causes of high anion gap metabolic acidosis are well known: ethanol, methanol, and ethylene glycol intoxication; hyperglycemia; lactic or D-lactic acidosis[]

  • Hyperosmolar Hyperglycemic Nonketotic Coma

    Keywords Pediatric Intensive Care Unit Serum Osmolality Hypovolemic Shock Acanthosis Nigricans Lactic Acid Level 1.[] It represents as many as 20 per cent of all cases of severe hyperglycemia and constitutes a life-threatening medical emergency; however, the absence of acidosis and the insidious[] Low-dose insulin therapy is employed for treatment of hyperglycemia.[]

  • Somatrem

    shock, hemodialysis and cardiopulmonary bypass 1986 Alphanate Factor VIII AlphaNine Factor IX Venoglobulin-S IgG Hemophilia A Hemophilia B Immunodeficiencies...[] In adults: Hyperglycemia, glucosuria; mild, transient edema; headache, weakness, muscle pain. In children: Injection site pain, leukemia.[] ADVERSE EFFECTS: Peripheral edema, pancreatitis, hypo- and hyperglycemia, hypothyroidism, intracranial hypertension, carpal tunnel syndrome, gynecomastia and increased alkaline[]

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