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842 Possible Causes for Hypotension, Miosis

  • Organophosphate Poisoning

    Human poisoning due to amitraz may be misdiagnosed as organophosphate/carbamate (OPC) toxicity, since amitraz poisoning shares several clinical features (miosis, bradycardia[] The incidence of hypotension in patients with prolonged QTc intervals was higher than that in the patients with normal QTc intervals (P   0.019).[] No miosis or wheeze None Discharged 10 ED Porter Portering, 30 min in room with patient Giddiness HR 60/min, BP 132/79.[]

  • Physostigmine

    Because the size of the pupil is under the antagonistic control of the sympathetic and parasympathetic systems, drugs affecting either system can cause miosis.[] […] demonstrated response and, further, there were associated adverse events, including atrial fibrillation (2), pulmonary infiltrates (1) and significant bradycardia (1), and hypotension[] With ophthalmic use, miosis and ciliary muscle contraction increase aqueous humor outflow and decrease intraocular pressure.[]

  • Opiate

    Activation of the mu receptor results in analgesia, euphoria, miosis, decreased breathing rate and muscle tone, decreased motility in the digestive tract and hormonal changes[] Patients with reduced blood volume are more susceptible to the hypotensive effect of morphine and related drugs.[] Mu receptor effects include analgesia, euphoria, respiratory depression, and miosis.[]

  • Cholinergic Crisis

    Other symptoms include increased sweating, salivation, bronchial secretions along with miosis .[] Cholinergic crisis happens when too much cholinergic medications are taken and if not treated accordingly, respiratory failure and hypotension might happen.[] If not treated early, hypotension and respiratory failure may occur.[]

  • Horner's Syndrome

    Postoperatively, left ptosis and miosis had improved slightly.[] .  Constricts with weak Pilocarpine  Holmes-Adie syndrome  Reduced tendon reflexes (Knee, ankle) - Orthostatic hypotension Afferent & efferent defects 28.[] Horner's syndrome is characterized by a classic triad of ipsilateral pupillary miosis, partial eyelid ptosis, and facial anhydrosis.[]

  • Opiate Overdose

    Opiate overdose is characterized by respiratory depression, reduced consciousness, and miosis.[] Hypotension. Hypothyroidism. Asthma (avoid during an attack) and decreased respiratory reserve. Prostatic hypertrophy.[] Look for the toxidrome of opiate intoxication Miosis CNS depression respiratory depression complications of hypoxia: seizures, dysrrhythmias, brain injury Whilst the obvious[]

  • Organophosphate Insecticide

    The pupillary response (resolution of miosis) is not considered an end point of atropine therapy, as miosis may persist for weeks after significant exposure [ 11 ].[] […] salivation, lacrimation, urination, diaphoresis, gastrointestinal upset, emesis and progressing to bronchospasm, bronchorrhea, blurred vision, bradycardia or tachycardia, hypotension[] […] rate) - early (increased heart rate) Hypertension - (high blood pressure) - early (high blood pressure) Bradycardia - (decreased heart rate) - late (decreased heart rate) Hypotension[]

  • Quinidine

    In addition, the effects of quinidine on morphine (5 mg/70 kg IV)-induced miosis and exposure to naloxegol were assessed.[] […] report the use of extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) to establish and maintain cardiovascular stability in a 16 month old with refractory bradydysrrhythmias and hypotension[] Four (17%) patients had hypotension possibly attributed to the quinidine.[]

  • Prochlorperazine

    […] urticaria, angioneurotic edema, laryngeal edema, photosensitivity, eczema, asthma, anaphylactoid reactions, exfoliative dermatitis EENT: Glaucoma, photophobia, blurred vision, miosis[] Hypotension potentiated with thiazide diuretics. Antagonized by anticholinergics. Decreases guanethidine effects.[] […] prochlorperazine introduction adverse effects adverse effects are similar to all phenothiazines and include: sedation hypotension and postural hypotension and thus increased[]

  • Amanita Muscaria

    Mushroom Poison Delivery Mode: Ingestion Symptoms: Patient appears to be intoxicated, hallucinations, drowsiness, vomiting, nausea, stomach pains, diarrhea, muscle spasms, hypotension[]

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