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20 Possible Causes for Patient Appears Acutely Ill, Stupor, Tactile Hallucination

  • Alcohol Withdrawal Delirium

    hallucinations Uncontrollable tremors Seizures DTs can be fatal without treatment, due to the increased risk of developing respiratory arrest, aspiration pneumonitis, or[waypointrecoverycenter.com] RESULTS: We identified 26 cases of withdrawal catatonia in the literature-all principally with catatonic stupor-with an average age of 56 years (range: 27-92) and balanced[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Stupor: The person may become unresponsive to touch.[addictionresource.com]

  • Phencyclidine Intoxication

    Cocaine Mechanism block biogenic amine (DA, NE, 5HT) reuptake Intoxication presentation mental status changes euphoria, psychomotor agitation, grandiosity, hallucinations[medbullets.com] In the second stage, patients are stuporous to comatose, but they have intact deep pain responses. In the third stage, patients do not respond to deep pain stimuli.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Changes in sensorium consisted of coma, lethargy/stupor, and acute brain syndrome; however, 46% of patients were alert and oriented.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Acute Alcohol Intoxication

    […] disturbances 0 None 1 Mild itching (e.g., pins and needles, burning, numbness) 7 Continuous hallucinations Auditory disturbances 0 Not present 1 Mild harshness or ability[emsreference.com] […] impairment) nausea, vomiting, visual deficits (diplopia, mydriasis), and hypothermia are symptoms encountered in more pronounced intoxication, whereas altered consciousness, stupor[symptoma.com] Symptoms of alcohol poisoning: Unable to stand or walk, or can only do so with difficulty Only vaguely aware of their surroundings Difficulty breathing Passed out or in a stupor[mcwell.nd.edu]

  • Alcohol Withdrawal Seizures

    hallucinations Uncontrollable tremors Seizures DTs can be fatal without treatment, due to the increased risk of developing respiratory arrest, aspiration pneumonitis, or[waypointrecoverycenter.com] Signs of alcohol poisoning include stupor, confusion, vomiting, an inability to wake up, slowed or irregular breathing, pale or bluish skin color and seizures.[promises.com] Excitement or fear Hallucinations (seeing or feeling things that are not really there) Bursts of energy Quick mood changes Restlessness Sensitivity to light, sound, touch Stupor[nlm.nih.gov]

  • Benzodiazepine Overdose

    Cocaine Mechanism block biogenic amine (DA, NE, 5HT) reuptake Intoxication presentation mental status changes euphoria, psychomotor agitation, grandiosity, hallucinations[step2.medbullets.com] Slurred speech or acting drunk Amnesia Physical weakness or lack of coordination Hypotonia (lack of muscle tone) Blurry vision Difficulty breathing or depressed breathing Stupor[americanaddictioncenters.org] These were identical with those described by McCarron et al for assessing the severity of barbiturate intoxication. 7 A 7 point scale of conscious state (alert, drowsy, stuporous[bmj.com]

  • Overdose

    (typically visual or tactile, less commonly auditory, olfactory, or vestibular), restlessness, distractibility, tremor {which is sometimes gross), sweating. tachycardia,[who.int] Confusion Rapid heartbeat Agitation Shakiness Severe Symptoms Fainting Heart problems Changes in blood pressure (higher or lower than normal) Seizures Delirium Hallucinations Stupor[verywell.com] […] weak pulse, clammy skin, coma, death from respiratory arrest Hallucinogens: psychotic features, agitation, delirium Inhalants: marked CNS depression, loss of consciousness, stupor[americanaddictioncenters.org]

  • Hallucinogen Hallucinosis

    Somatic/tactile hallucination: A false perception or sensation of touch or something happening in or on the body.[minddisorders.com] Users enter into a stupor-like state of confusion.[hallucinogens.com] Symptoms of delirium tremens include: Agitation/excitement Irritability Confusion/disorientation Delirium Sudden mood changes Fatigue or stupor Restlessness Body tremors Changes[americanaddictioncenters.org]

  • Hypertensive Encephalopathy

    While there are no reports of auditory hallucinations, there have been single case reports of tactile hallucinations and delusional infestation in PRES patients [8-9] .[cureus.com] Alterations in consciousness may follow several hours later, which include impaired judgement and memory, confusion, somnolence and stupor.[en.wikipedia.org] 1 Up to 16% of patients with hypertensive crisis have hypertensive encephalopathy, which is characterized by severe hypertension, confusion, visual complaints, headache, stupor[circ.ahajournals.org]

  • Hallucinogen Abuse

    This can be in the form of visual or tactile hallucinations and may be tough to differentiate from cocaine induced psychosis and other psychiatric illnesses that are unrelated[stomponstep1.com] The delirium is exemplified by the user being in a stupor (a zombie like state) and experiencing great confusion.[addictionhope.com] They do not usually produce a delusional state, excessive stupor, or excessive stimulation. They do not cause memory loss with occasional use.[minddisorders.com]

  • Cocaine Abuse

    hallucinations ("coke bugs") Sexual dysfunction in both males and females Reproductive damage and infertility Sudden death - even one use can cause overdose or death Addiction[cesar.umd.edu] hallucinations Sexual problems, reproductive damage and infertility (for both men and women) Disorientation, apathy, confused exhaustion Irritability and mood disturbances[drugfreeworld.org] hallucinations; which can include the feeling of something crawling under the skin ( formication ), also known as "coke bugs", during binges. [4] Users of cocaine have also[en.wikipedia.org]

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