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283 Possible Causes for Hypovolemic Shock, Oliguria

  • Adrenal Insufficiency

    shock .[] Both twins developed late-onset adrenal insufficiency with oliguria, hypotension, hyponatremia, and pulmonary edema at a postnatal age of 24 days and 51 days, respectively[] […] or hypothermia, tachycardia, tachypnoea, and either leucocytosis or leucopenia; and at least one of the following: acute mental changes, hypoxaemia, hyperlactataemia, and oliguria[]

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    Akech et al. measured urine output hourly for the first 8 hours (using urinary catheters) and reported frequency of oliguria ( 7 .[] […] dehydration: apathy, tiredness, dizziness, muscle cramps, dry tongue, sunken eyes, reduced skin elasticity, postural hypotension (systolic blood pressure 90 mm Hg), tachycardia, oliguria[] […] aspects children were treated as per WHO SAM guidelines No children developed clinical features of pulmonary oedema or allergic reaction during the course of study observation Oliguria[]

  • Dehydration

    Low blood volume shock (hypovolemic shock). This is one of the most serious, and sometimes life-threatening, complications of dehydration.[] Urinary findings include a decrease in urine volume (oliguria), specific gravity higher than 1.030, and an increase in urine osmolality.[] As dehydration progresses, hypovolemic shock ultimately ensues, resulting in end organ failure and death.[]

  • Colchicine Poisoning

    Bone marrow suppression is a known complication that may lead to sepsis, whereas hypovolemic shock and cardiac failure are the most important causes of death from colchicine[] He also complained oliguria on day 6. Patient's wife has brought the tuber. It was identified as G. superba .[] Clinical description Ingestion of colchicine typically leads to profuse vomiting and diarrhea, which can be bloody, followed by hypovolemic shock and multisystem organ failure[]

  • Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome

    shock, ascites, and pleural and pericardial effusions. 5 This acute shift produces hypovolemia, which may result in multiple organ failure, hemoconcentration (hematocrit[] Clinical signs may include any or all of the following: rapid weight gain, ascites, oliguria, hemoconcentration, leukocytosis, along with intravascular hypovolemia, hyponatremia[] […] ascites and two or more of the following: maximum ovarian diameter (MOD)   100 mm, hematocrit (Ht)  45%, white blood cell count (WBC)  15 000/mm3 , hydrothorax, dyspnea and oliguria[]

  • Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation

    A 38-year-old multigravid woman presented with hypovolemic shock from disseminated intravascular coagulation after second-trimester termination of an anomalous fetus.[] Clinical history can include epistaxis, gingival bleeding, haematuria, oliguria, cough, dyspnoea, fever, delirium, and coma.[] shock, transfusion reaction Condition of newborn if recently delivered Discharge and home healthcare guidelines Teach the patient and significant others about the disorder[]

  • Preeclampsia

    It was discovered incidentally at the end of an emergency exploratory laparotomy performed due to unexplained hemoperitoneum with hypovolemic shock which occurred with severe[] Oliguria was also removed as a characteristic of severe disease. [3] There have been several cases reported in the literature as well as by Obstetricians citing the incidence[] Oliguria (urine output 500 cc/day) indicates a much more severe clinical picture. Sudden onset or worsening of edema is a cause of concern in preeclamptic patients.[]

  • Tumor Lysis Syndrome

    We present the case of a chemo-naive 58-year-old Belgian woman developing hypovolemic shock and multiple organ failure due to tumor lysis syndrome after a single dose of trastuzumab[] A 53-year-old man presented with abrupt oliguria.[] The other underwent hemodialysis because of oliguria. These 2 patients did not have heavy tumor burdens.[]

  • Adrenal Hemorrhage

    shock resulting in delayed vascular opacification). - In the absence of urinary excretion, it is not possible to rule out trauma to the excretory system, particularly if[] We report two cases of AH in neonates; the first presented with scrotal hematoma and the second with adrenal mass associated with hypertension and oliguria, primarily secondary[] , but active bleeding that is visible in the portal phase may be of arterial or venous origin (as arteries often go into spasm following injury, or the patient may be in hypovolemic[]

  • Lipoid Nephrosis

    Hypovolemic shock is perhaps the most serious complication of MCD.[] Oliguria and azotemia were corrected following initiation of glucocorticoid therapy.[] Anuria Oliguria Inflamed glomerular capillaries ANCA ( ) Cells accumulate in Bowman's Capsule Fibrin trapped in glomeruli Epithelial cell proliferation Macrophage, PMN infiltrates[]

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