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155 Possible Causes for Renal Insufficiency, Salicylate Poisoning, Seizure

  • Dehydration

    Vomiting, diarrhea, excessive sweating, burns, kidney failure, and use of diuretics may cause dehydration.[] There is any other change in the person's alertness (for example, confusion or seizures). The person has a fever over 102 F (38.8 C).[] Some problems that may occur include: heat injury, cerebral edema, seizures, hypovolemic shock, kidney failure, coma and death.[]

  • Salicylate Poisoning

    Serum salicylate levels do not always reflect the severity of poisoning.[] Life-threatening consequences of salicylate overdose include: Seizures Cerebral and pulmonary oedema.[] , acute renal failure.[]

  • Ethylene Glycol Poisoning

    However, acidosis has a large number of differential diagnosis, including poisoning from methanol, salicylates, iron, isoniazid, paracetamol, theophylline, or from conditions[] RESULTS: The D/RI group was more likely than the RECOV group to present comatose, have seizures, and require intubation.[] This patient never demonstrated evidence of calcium oxalate crystalluria or renal insufficiency.[]

  • Methanol Poisoning

    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[] ECG abnormalities did not correlate with coma or seizure.[] insufficiency, or massive overdose.[]

  • Metabolic Acidosis

    Insufficiency Cohort) Study.[] Salicylate poisoning classically results in an increased anion gap metabolic acidosis.[] A 35-month-old female with nonketotic hyperglycinemia (NKH) presented to the Emergency department with severe hypoglycemia, fever, and several episodes of seizures.[]

  • Colchicine Poisoning

    Colchicine, gloriosine, superbine and salicylic acid are the most important ones.[] Some studies also mention neurological symptoms (stupor, coma, seizures, or delirium), dysrhythmias, pancreatitis, and rhabdomyolysis.[] He also had a history of chronic renal insufficiency and arterial hypertension, which he treated with verapamil and trandalopril.[]

  • Acidosis

    Creatinine will often be elevated as a marker of renal insufficiency, but may be normal, especially in the setting of acute overdoses.[] Tinnitus or vertigo may occur with salicylate poisoning.[] Patients may have asterixis, myoclonus, and seizures. Papilledema may be found during the examination.[]

  • Drug-induced Hypoglycemia

    poisoning 45, 94, 95.[] The patient suffered from severe and protracted hypoglycaemia, complicated by a tonic–clonic seizure 7 days after escalation to therapeutic co-trimoxazole.[] Reported cases usually describe patients who were elderly, had renal or hepatic insufficiency, were on insulin or sulfonylureas, or had severe systemic disease.[]

  • Ethylene Glycol

    Despite early treatment with fomepizole and without the development of acidosis or renal insufficiency, the patient required HD for hyperosmolality and subsequent electrolyte[] 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[] Observed symptoms of intoxication were seizures, respiratory depression, arrhythmias and hypotonia.[]

  • Metabolic Alkalosis

    High altitude exposure Emotional disorders or aspirin (salicylate) poisoning whats the rationale for RESPIRATORY ALKALOSIS caused by HIGH ALTITUDE EXPOSURE?[] A few hours later, after a second seizure, the blood pressure was extremely high (156/116 mm Hg).[] Symptoms and renal outcomes of Gitelman's syndrome are, in general, mild and benign, and renal insufficiency from Gitelman's syndrome associated with long-standing hypokalemia[]

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