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28 Possible Causes for Kussmaul Respiration, Renal Insufficiency, Salicylate Poisoning

  • Metabolic Acidosis

    Kussmaul’s respirations B. Glucose 110 C. Hypoventilation D. Neuro-excitability The answer is A: Kussmaul’s respirations 10.[] Salicylate poisoning classically results in an increased anion gap metabolic acidosis.[] Insufficiency Cohort) Study.[]

  • Salicylate Poisoning

    Serum salicylate levels do not always reflect the severity of poisoning.[] , acute renal failure.[] Two cases of severe salicylate poisoning with maximal plasma levels of 6.9 and 8.9 mmol/l are described.[]

  • Acidosis

    ., dyspnea, marked Kussmaul respirations) These patients generally have severe metabolic acidosis with respiratory compensation.[] Tinnitus or vertigo may occur with salicylate poisoning.[] Creatinine will often be elevated as a marker of renal insufficiency, but may be normal, especially in the setting of acute overdoses.[]

  • Methanol Poisoning

    Patients A and C were severely acidotic, obtunded and had Kussmaul’s respiration. All three patients were haemodynamically stable.[] An anion gap metabolic acidosis is not immediately seen following ingestion of methanol and may be due to other types of poisoning, including iron, salicylates, and ethylene[] insufficiency, or massive overdose.[]

  • Lactic Acidosis

    poisoning and ethylene glycol may cause lactic acidosis.[] CONCLUSIONS: This study indicates that LALA occurs more frequently than VALA does and is associated with renal insufficiency.[] , and other related poisonings.[]

  • Ethylene Glycol

    5.0 mg per dL (0.35 mmol per L) 15 to 30 Diagnosis Little correlation exists between blood levels of ethylene glycol and severity of poisoning, 4 making the diagnosis unclear[] Despite early treatment with fomepizole and without the development of acidosis or renal insufficiency, the patient required HD for hyperosmolality and subsequent electrolyte[] Our patient developed neither renal insufficiency nor metabolic acidosis.[]

  • Respiratory Alkalosis

    In the emergency department, his vital signs were significant for hypertension (168/90), tachycardia (120 bpm), and Kussmaul respirations at 24 breaths per minute.[] Causes are CNS diseases like meningitis and encephalitis, salicylate poisoning, hyperpyrexia, hysteria, high altitude ascending, apprehensive blood donors, injudicious use[] insufficiency, uremia Accumulation of exogenous organic acids ( methanol, ethylene glycol, toluene, salicylate toxicity ) Normal anion gap metabolic acidosis Renal tubular[]

  • Acid Base Disorder

    Clinical Feature [ edit ] Usually in severe cases Kussmaul's respiration can be present. When H 70 mmol/L; then, Cardiac-Out-Put falls. Blood pressure decreases.[] Diagnosis: Acute primary metabolic acidosis with superimposed primary metabolic alkalosis from urosepsis, renal insufficiency and vomiting Case 3 ABG 7.12 / 65 / 104, serum[] respiration (characteristic deep labored breathing) Primary Metabolic Alkalosis initiating events: renal and extrarenal chronic potassium ion depletion (aggressive diuretic[]

  • Renal Tubular Acidosis

    The breathing pattern was deep, suggestive of Kussmaul's respiration.[] Salicylate Poisoning Alkali therapy is an important component of therapy in salicylate overdose for several reasons.[] Although a metabolic acidosis also occurs in those with renal insufficiency, the term RTA is reserved for individuals with poor urinary acidification in otherwise well-functioning[]

  • Ethylene Glycol Poisoning

    In significant poisonings, severe metabolic acidosis with compensatory hyperventilation or Kussmaul respirations can develop.[] However, acidosis has a large number of differential diagnosis, including poisoning from methanol, salicylates, iron, isoniazid, paracetamol, theophylline, or from conditions[] BACKGROUND: We assessed the predictive value of selected factors on the outcomes of death and prolonged renal insufficiency (RI) from ethylene glycol poisoning.[]

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