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214 Possible Causes for Hyperkalemia, Hyperpyrexia, Sweating

  • Malignant Hyperthermia

    Two myopathies predisposing to malignant hyperpyrexia have been identified.[] Muscle rigidity, hypercarbia, and hyperkalemia were not observed.[] Clinical manifestations include: CO 2 increase, tachycardia, haemodynamic instability, metabolic and respiratory acidosis, profuse sweating, hyperpyrexia, CPK increase, myoglobinuria[]

  • Heat Stroke

    In addition, pulmonary edema, coma, hypotension, and hyperpyrexia occurred.[] Laboratory studies with dogs have demonstrated heat stroke-induced sinoatrial node dysfunction in the setting of hyperkalemia.[] […] glands to produce more sweat.[]

  • Malaria

    These include; preventing hyperpyrexia, hypoglycaemia, malnutrition and seizures during acute illness.[] […] in parts of asia, africa, central and south america, oceania, and certain caribbean islands; characterized by extreme exhaustion associated with paroxysms of high fever, sweating[] […] days after the mosquito bites, the victim will suffer from headache; fatique; nausea; hard, shaking chills with a fever that lasts from 12 to 24 hours; rapid breathing and sweating[]

  • Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome

    Succinylcholine-induced hyperkalemia complicating the neuroleptic malignant syndrome .[] Symptoms include high fever, sweating, unstable blood pressure, stupor, muscular rigidity, and autonomic dysfunction.[] Neuroleptic malignant syndrome (NMS), also called parkinsonism-hyperpyrexia syndrome (PHS), is a severe, general, sometimes fatal, physical reaction, induced by sudden and[]

  • Status Epilepticus

    Initially, acidosis, hyperpyrexia, and hypertension need not be treated, because these are common findings in early status epilepticus and should resolve on their own with[] Caution is required, however, because ongoing status epilepticus may cause hyperkalemia after 20-30 minutes.[] Your eyes may roll up and back into your head and you may sweat all over your body. A myoclonic seizure involves a sudden jerk of all or part of the body.[]

  • Hypokalemia

    How is hyperpyrexia diagnosed? Diagnosing hyperpyrexia is done using a thermometer. If the reading is over 106.1 F, then the person has the symptoms of hyperpyrexia.[] Abstract Hypokalemia and hyperkalemia are common electrolyte disorders caused by changes in potassium intake, altered excretion, or transcellular shifts.[] Causes Hypokalemia always occurs as a result of excessive loss of potassium through the urine, sweat or stool.[]

  • Thyroid Crisis

    Often, there is sudden onset of severe hyperthyroidism with: [ 4 ] Hyperpyrexia (over 41 C), dehydration.[] […] values allowing for rapid recognition and diagnosis Burch Wartofsky Scale (adapted from Burch 1993) Common laboratory findings Low (or non-detectable) TSH and elevated T3/T4 Hyperkalemia[] Pulmonary edema Chest pain Hyperthermia (up to 105.3 or 40.7 ) Restlessness Agitation Delirium or psychosis Jaundice Abdominal pain Nausea and vomiting Diarrhea Profuse sweating[]

  • Weil Disease

    Diagnosis Code R50.9 Fever, unspecified 2016 2017 2018 2019 Billable/Specific Code Applicable To Fever NOS Fever of unknown origin [FUO] Fever with chills Fever with rigors Hyperpyrexia[] The cause of death included pulmonary hemorrhage (5 patients), multiorgan failure (2 patients), severe hyperkalemia (1 patient), uremic encephalopathy (1 patient), and acute[] In many places, the ocean acts as the toilet of cities, so if you’re not quite convinced that you shouldn’t surf just try envisioning an obese, hairy man whose sweating profusely[]

  • Arsine Poisoning

    Hyperpyrexia, pulmonary edema and acute hemolytic may also occur. • With a smaller amount the patient will have severe headache, vertigo, periorbital edema, skeletal muscle[] […] signs and symptoms Tachypnea Dyspnea Pulmonary edema Genitourinary signs Hemoglobinuria Oligouria Renal failure Laboratory findings Anemia Elevated bilirubin (indirect) Hyperkalemia[] Excretion of arsenic occurs mostly by the kidneys, with excretion in sweat, feces, and bile in small amounts. [3] Although it has been investigated as a CW agent, no battlefield[]

  • Heat Exhaustion

    The differential diagnosis of the patient with hyperpyrexia and mental status change is shown in Table 3 .[] , and low air humidity which can allow sweat to evaporate.[] The differential diagnosis of the patient with hyperpyrexia and mental status change is shown in Table 3.[]

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