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64 Possible Causes for Lip Cyanosis, Methemoglobinemia

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  • Nitrite Poisoning

    Severe nausea, vomiting, fatigue, dizziness and methemoglobinemia inducing profound cyanosis are main symptoms.[] On 20 April, she was visiting her granddaughter (Case B) and was asked to see a doctor due to her lip cyanosis.[] However, lower doses of this substance have caused acute methemoglobinemia, particularly in infants.[]

  • Methemoglobinemia

    Congenital methemoglobinemia is typically benign and should be observed. If methemoglobinemia symptoms occur the person should be taken to the hospital for treatment.[] Lip cyanosis in dapsone therapy: Should the dosage be reduced? MMW Fortschr Med 2012;154:32. 13. Sanyal T, Chakraborty S.[] The main symptoms are: cyanosis, which describes a bluish color of the skin, especially the lips and fingers chocolate-brown colored blood It’s because of cyanosis that some[]

  • Smoke Inhalation Injury

    Methemoglobinemia Methemoglobinemia in smoke inhalation is relatively rare and rarely requires treatment with methylene blue.[] A repeat dose of 150 mg may be administered two hours following the initial dose if cyanide toxicity persists and the resulting level of methemoglobinemia is acceptable.[] Specific therapy treat coexistent burns treat suspected cyanide toxicity —sodium thiosulfate and hydroxocobalamin are preferred for suspected severe toxicity treat treat methemoglobinemia[]

  • Primary Pulmonary Hypertension

    NO treatment may also be complicated by platelet inhibition or methemoglobinemia, formation of toxic nitrate metabolites, and technical requirements for its application. 7[] Other symptoms include: Ankle and leg swelling Bluish color of the lips or skin ( cyanosis ) Chest pain or pressure, usually in the front of the chest Dizziness or fainting[] The blood that is pumped into the body is not oxygen-rich, and in serious cases, the person will develop a bluish tint to the nails, lips, or skin (a disorder called “cyanosis[]

  • Sulfhemoglobinemia

    Methemoglobinemia may be clinically suspected by the presence of clinical “cyanosis” in the presence of a normal arterial pO2 (PaO2) An asymptomatic patient with a methemoglobin[] The mucous membrane of mouth, lips, conjunctivae .[] Copper sulfate Haptoglobin NADPH methemoglobin reductase Methylene blue Congenital methemoglobinemia Benzocaine Prilocaine Phenazopyridine Nitrates Nitrites Well-water methemoglobinemia[]

  • Tetralogy of Fallot

    It is a cyanotic heart disease and is the most common cause of blue baby syndrome, a common name for methemoglobinemia in newborns.[] View this video with a transcript The symptoms of tetralogy of Fallot include: Blue or purple tint to lips, skin and nails (cyanosis) Heart murmur: the heart sounds abnormal[] The most common symptom is a bluish tint to the skin, lips and nail beds, called cyanosis.[]

  • Hypoxia

    Examples of the latter case are carbon monoxide poisoning and acquired methemoglobinemia , in both of which the hemoglobin is so altered by toxic agents that it becomes unavailable[] The most common symptom of hypoxia is cyanosis , a bluish cast to the skin, lips and/or fingernails.[] Symptoms and causes of cyanosis include: The person's lips or fingernail beds may appear blue Certain lung conditions in which lung function is compromised as asthma, COPD[]

  • Asphyxia

    […] non-toxic gases which displace oxygen from the inhaled air, by exposure to carbon monoxide from smoke inhalation such that hemoglobin is poisoned, or the development of methemoglobinemia[]

  • Hemoglobinopathy

    ( ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Code D74 D74 Methemoglobinemia D74.0 Congenital methemoglobinemia D74.8 Other methemoglobinemias D74.9 Methemoglobinemia, unspecified D74.- ) other[] Methemoglobinemia : The iron in the heme portion of hemoglobin is easily oxidised and this reduces the ability of hemoglobin to bind oxygen.[] Methemoglobinemia due to hemoglobinopathy should be distinguished from methemoglobinemia due to other causes, such as NADH-diaphorase deficiency .[]

  • Decreased Diffusion Capacity of the Lung

    Patients with methemoglobinemia most often have asymptomatic cyanosis.[] Methemoglobinemia Methemoglobin is hemoglobin in which the iron is oxidized from its ferrous (Fe 2 ) to its ferric (Fe 3 ) state.[] Methemoglobinemia is caused by certain drugs (eg, dapsone , local anesthetics, nitrates, primaquine , sulfonamides) or, less commonly, by certain chemicals (eg, aniline dyes[]

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