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27 Possible Causes for Hypocapnia, Renal Insufficiency, Salicylate Poisoning

  • Salicylate Poisoning

    No significant difference of Pco(2) between the two groups was found, and hence no simple relationship exists between hypocapnia and the development of acidaemia in salicylate[] Serum salicylate levels do not always reflect the severity of poisoning.[] In experimental animals, lactate accumulation is minimal if the initial fall in PCO2 is prevented, but it gradually becomes more prominent as hypocapnia is allowed to occur[]

  • Metabolic Acidosis

    Blood gas analysis showed severe metabolic acidosis resulting in hypocapnia and a normal pH ( table 1 ).[] Salicylate poisoning classically results in an increased anion gap metabolic acidosis.[] Insufficiency Cohort) Study.[]

  • Acidosis

    […] during sustained hypocapnia. 27. 2.[] Tinnitus or vertigo may occur with salicylate poisoning.[] Creatinine will often be elevated as a marker of renal insufficiency, but may be normal, especially in the setting of acute overdoses.[]

  • Methanol Poisoning

    An anion gap metabolic acidosis is not immediately seen following ingestion of methanol and may be due to other types of poisoning, including iron, salicylates, and ethylene[] insufficiency, or massive overdose.[] Kidney failure, brain damage and death are some of the outcomes for Australian travellers who have suffered methanol poisoning.[]

  • Lactic Acidosis

    poisoning and ethylene glycol may cause lactic acidosis.[] CONCLUSIONS: This study indicates that LALA occurs more frequently than VALA does and is associated with renal insufficiency.[] , and other related poisonings.[]

  • Acute Alcohol Intoxication

    Serum toxicology, including ethanol concentration and tests for the presence of benzodiazepines, barbiturates and for common co-ingestants in poisoning such as salicylates[] Exceptions to this may occur in individuals with certain underlying organic conditions (e.g. renal or hepatic insufficiency) in whom small doses of a substance may produce[] Some chronic medical conditions, like kidney failure, coronary heart disease, or certain types of cancer also increase the risk of cholecystitis.[]

  • Respiratory Alkalosis

    In both groups clear conditioning occurred, but there was no effect of hypocapnia. Results are critically discussed.[] Causes are CNS diseases like meningitis and encephalitis, salicylate poisoning, hyperpyrexia, hysteria, high altitude ascending, apprehensive blood donors, injudicious use[] insufficiency, uremia Accumulation of exogenous organic acids ( methanol, ethylene glycol, toluene, salicylate toxicity ) Normal anion gap metabolic acidosis Renal tubular[]

  • Ethylene Glycol

    5.0 mg per dL (0.35 mmol per L) 15 to 30 Diagnosis Little correlation exists between blood levels of ethylene glycol and severity of poisoning, 4 making the diagnosis unclear[] Despite early treatment with fomepizole and without the development of acidosis or renal insufficiency, the patient required HD for hyperosmolality and subsequent electrolyte[] Our patient developed neither renal insufficiency nor metabolic acidosis.[]

  • Respiratory Acidosis

    Hypocapnia was produced by deliberate hyperventilation and hypercapnia by adding carbon dioxide to the inspired gas mixture. 2.[] High altitude exposure Emotional disorders or aspirin (salicylate) poisoning whats the rationale for RESPIRATORY ALKALOSIS caused by HIGH ALTITUDE EXPOSURE?[] Abnormal increase in anions due to endogenous production of acid ions, ingestion of acidifying salts, and renal insufficiency. 6.[]

  • Reye Syndrome

    poisoning.[] failure Shaken baby syndrome Treatment is supportive.[] Salicylate poisoning . Other toxic ingestion, poisoning or drug overdose. Diabetes (there may be ketonuria in Reye's syndrome due to vomiting). Hypoglycaemia .[]

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