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987 Possible Causes for Kidney Failure, Tachypnea

  • Acute Kidney Failure

    The patient is assessed for changes in baseline respiratory function; restlessness, changes in breath sounds, and tachypnea may signal an exacerbation.[] Acute kidney failure (acute kidney injury or acute renal failure) is the abrupt loss of the kidney's capacity to remove metabolic wastes from the blood and to maintain fluid[] We present an adolescent with McArdle disease and recurrent acute kidney failure due to rhabdomyolysis.[]

  • Chronic Kidney Insufficiency

    Chronic Kidney Failure Definition Chronic kidney failure occurs when disease or disorder damages the kidneys so that they are no longer capable of adequately removing fluids[] What is kidney failure? Kidney failure means that your kidneys can't work properly. The two main forms are: Chronic kidney disease.[] Acute kidney failure has starts abruptly and is potentially reversible. Learn more about acute kidney failure.[]

  • Pleural Effusion

    Conversely, full mu-agonists like hydromorphone can themselves lead to tachypnea, making evaluation of dyspnea that much more difficult.[] A pleural effusion can be caused by many different conditions, including: heart failure infections such as pneumonia kidney failure liver disease low blood protein levels[] Rare causes — Radiation therapy (for cancer), a collapsed lung (pneumothorax) and pericarditis (as with severe kidney failure or following a heart attack) all can be associated[]

  • Hypovolemic Shock

    Mild anxiety Urine output of 20-30 millilitres/hour Stage III Blood loss up to 30-40% of total blood volume Hypotension Tachycardia Tachypnea Altered mental status Urine[] The risk of complications increases with age, especially if other conditions have already caused organ damage, such as kidney failure or a heart attack.[] Increased breathing frequency (tachypnea) Capillary refill time (CRT) 2 seconds in infants, children and adults (CRT in healthy, especially in old people can be prolonged[]

  • Lymphangioleiomyomatosis

    Symptoms of LAM may include: Abdominal bleeding Abdominal pain Acute kidney failure Breathing problems, such as shortness of breath Chest pains Coughing up blood Fainting[] Angiomyolipomas: Noncancerous tumors may grow in the liver or kidneys. These can cause pain, bleeding, or kidney failure.[] , lung, skin, and heart. 1 Angiomyolipomas — tumors rich in fat, muscle, and blood vessels that can hemorrhage or infiltrate the kidney, leading to renal failure — develop[]

  • Propionic Acidemia

    At 3 months of life, he presented with tachypnea and altered mental status, which lead to the diagnosis of PA.[] KEYWORDS: Clinical research/practice; kidney failure/injury; liver transplantation/hepatology; metabolism/metabolite; pediatrics [Indexed for MEDLINE] Free full text[] Primary Care Management Upon Notification of the Screen Contact the family and evaluate the infant for poor feeding, lethargy, vomiting, and tachypnea.[]

  • Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation

    We report on an extremely rare case of acute DIC in a patient with misdiagnosed adenomyosis and massive methrorragia which led to acute kidney failure.[] Organ failure, such as liver, pancreas, or kidney failure Other less common causes, such as snake bite venom, toxic drug reaction, blood transfusion reaction, organ transplant[] Kidney and other organs: Clots present here can result in kidney failure or failure of the organ where the clot is present.[]

  • Plasmodium Falciparum Malaria

    failure Seizure Confusion Malaria can cause you to go into a coma .[] failure Liver failure Pulmonary oedema Cerebral malaria, producing coma Death.[] failure.[]

  • Goodpasture Syndrome

    Significant anemia may result from persistent intrapulmonary bleeding Physical Examination Physical examination findings in patients with anti-GBM disease include the following: Tachypnea[] […] for patients with end-stage renal disease (kidney failure).[] Your kidney function may decrease to the point of kidney failure. This can need treatment such as dialysis or even a kidney transplant.[]

  • Granulomatosis with Polyangiitis

    The use of plasmapheresis in those with GPA and acute kidney failure (renal vasculitis) reduces progression to end-stage kidney disease at three months.Oral and intravenous[] If untreated, kidney failure and possibly death occur in most cases.[] When GPA is fatal, this is normally because of kidney failure.[]

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