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1,616 Possible Causes for Hypotension, Myasthenia Gravis

  • Guillain-Barré Syndrome

    He subsequently developed severe bradycardia and refractory hypotension, which initially responded to dopamine infusion.[] Many neurologists are unfamiliar with PCB, which is often misdiagnosed as brainstem stroke, myasthenia gravis or botulism.[] Lab work that screens for the following diseases should be performed to rule them out: mumps , rubella , cytomegalovirus, and myasthenia gravis.[]

  • Hypovolemic Shock

    The shock bowel sign and the CT hypotension complex are frequently associated with hypotension from causes other than trauma-induced hypovolemic shock, such as severe head[] Between 1944 and 1960, we have seen the occurrence of shock or hypotension in 10 adult patients with the nephrotic syndrome.[] […] of the spleen and liver are variably associated with shock bowel whether due to posttraumatic hypovolemia or other causes of hypotension.[]

  • Procainamide

    Intravenous propafenone was superior to procainamide in achieving rapid cardioversion and a better rate control with a lower incidence of symptomatic hypotension.[] No evidence of autoimmune myasthenia gravis was found.[] […] of lone paroxysmal atrial fibrillation in a patient with a structurally normal heart who suffered paradoxical accelerated atrioventricular nodal conduction and secondary hypotension[]

  • Cardiac Tamponade

    After induction of general anesthesia for scrotal exploration and possible orchiopexy, the patient developed severe and persistent hypotension.[] Suspected malignancy and the presence of myasthenia gravis are surgical indications [ 4 ].[] These patients often develop frequent ascites and present with clinical signs and symptoms similar to cardiac tamponade (tachycardia, hypotension and dyspnea).[]

  • Organophosphate Poisoning

    The incidence of hypotension in patients with prolonged QTc intervals was higher than that in the patients with normal QTc intervals (P   0.019).[] Some are used medically to reverse neuromuscular blockade (eg, neostigmine , pyridostigmine , edrophonium ) or to treat glaucoma (echothiopate), myasthenia gravis ( pyridostigmine[] The exceptions are the carbamate molecules used in routine treatment of myasthenia gravis.[]

  • Quinidine

    […] report the use of extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) to establish and maintain cardiovascular stability in a 16 month old with refractory bradydysrrhythmias and hypotension[] Myasthenia gravis. Arrhythmias due to digitalis intoxication. Aberrant impulses, abnormal rhythms due to escape mechanisms.[] Four (17%) patients had hypotension possibly attributed to the quinidine.[]

  • Prochlorperazine

    Hypotension potentiated with thiazide diuretics. Antagonized by anticholinergics. Decreases guanethidine effects.[] (eg. drug overdose) precautions avoid in those with PH extrapyramidal reactions elderly - falls risk, delirium risk renal impairment Parkinson's disease phaechromocytoma myasthenia[] If you have any of the following: epilepsy, Parkinson's disease, depression, increased pressure in your eye (glaucoma), or myasthenia gravis, a condition which causes muscle[]

  • Autonomic Neuropathy

    We present a unique case of orthostatic hypotension as the sole feature of a CRMP-5 paraneoplastic autonomic neuropathy in a patient with small cell lung cancer.[] Dysautonomia is not a recognized feature of myasthenia gravis, but there have been rare reports of myasthenia gravis coexisting with autonomic failure, usually in association[] Postural hypotension was more in patients versus the control (p 0.026).[]

  • Atenolol

    She then developed prolonged bradycardia and hypotension which necessitated the use of adrenaline and isoprenaline.[] gravis; may precipitate or aggravate symptoms or arterial insufficiency in patients with Raynaut's disease and peripheral vascular disease; use caution and monitor for progression[] […] premedication with oral atenolol or enalapril, in combination with remifentanil under sevoflurane anesthesia, on intraoperative blood loss by achieving adequate deliberate hypotension[]

  • Tubocurarine

    In order to evaluate the role of prostacyclin in d-tubocurarine-induced hypotension in human, the authors examined the relationship of changes of arterial blood pressure and[] gravis.[] […] tubocurarine may release histamine by direct mast cell degranulation which may result in systemic effects such as cutaneous flushing, local wheal and flare formation and hypotension[]

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