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213 Possible Causes for Hypovolemic Shock, Oliguria

  • Dehydration

    It may result in hypovolemic shock (see shock) 276.5 Excludes ICD-9-CM codes are used in medical billing and coding to describe diseases, injuries, symptoms and conditions[] Urinary findings include a decrease in urine volume (oliguria), specific gravity higher than 1.030, and an increase in urine osmolality.[] Low blood volume shock (hypovolemic shock). This is one of the most serious, and sometimes life-threatening, complications of dehydration.[]

  • Anuria

    Convert to ICD-10-CM : 788.5 converts directly to: 2015/16 ICD-10-CM R34 Anuria and oliguria Approximate Synonyms Anuria Oliguria Postprocedural anuria Postprocedural oliguria[] The prevalence of chronic sequelae increased markedly in those with more than 5 days of anuria or 10 days of oliguria, with anuria being a better predictor than oliguria of[] Indeed, a high urine osmolality coupled with a low urine sodium in the face of oliguria and azotemia is strong evidence of intact tubular function.[]

  • Accidental Hypothermia

    Accidental hypothermia is known to be a hazard to elderly people in temperate and cold climate. This is a review of the literature focusing on risk factors, clinical presentation and treatment of hypothermia in the elderly. The most important risk factors are connected to ageing itself and to the morbidity often[…][]

  • 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[]

  • Heat Exhaustion

    Symptoms of Heat Exhaustion and Heatstroke Core Temperature* Signs Symptoms Heat Exhaustion 37 C to 40 C (98.6 F to 104 F) Anxiety Confusion Cutaneous flushing Hypotension Oliguria[]

  • Naphthalene Poisoning

    Naphthalene poisoning occurs primarily as a result of accidental mothball ingestion, causing symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, hematuria and severe respiratory, neurologic and hepatic effects. Patient history is vital during workup, while detection of methemoglobinemia and cyanosis requires prompt therapy consisting[…][]

  • Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome

    Complications hypovolemic shock with resultant thromboembolic disease stroke increased risk of ovarian torsion 6 For ultrasound appearances in mild cases consider polycystic[] Indeed, patients classified as having severe OHSS have rapid weight gain, tense ascites, hemodynamic instability, respiratory difficulty, progressive oliguria, and laboratory[] shock, ascites, and pleural and pericardial effusions. 5 This acute shift produces hypovolemia, which may result in multiple organ failure, hemoconcentration (hematocrit[]

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    […] dehydration: apathy, tiredness, dizziness, muscle cramps, dry tongue, sunken eyes, reduced skin elasticity, postural hypotension (systolic blood pressure 90 mm Hg), tachycardia, oliguria[]

  • Hypovolemia

    Causes: Hypovolemic shock happens due to decreased blood volume, losing about 1/5 or more of the normal amount of blood in the body causes hypovolemic shock.[] Symptoms that may be present in mild fluid depletion (less than 5% of ECF) include diminished skin turgor which is best assessed at the upper torso, dry mucous membranes, and oliguria[] Class III hemorrhage (loss of 30-40%) By this point, patients usually have marked tachypnea and tachycardia, decreased systolic BP, oliguria, and significant changes in mental[]

  • Gastrointestinal Hemorrhage

    shock Tachycardia Hypotension (dizziness , collapse, shock ) Reduced vigilance Melena (black, tarry stool ) Hematemesis Hematochezia : indicates brisk bleeding ; may cause[] ., tachycardia, tachypnea, oliguria, confusion) or anemia (e.g., fatigue, pale skin, headache, coldness in the hands and feet, diaphoresis).[] General examination focuses on vital signs and other indicators of shock or hypovolemia (eg, tachycardia, tachypnea, pallor, diaphoresis, oliguria, confusion) and anemia ([]

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