More recently, Meislin et al reported that for the group dying within 24 to 48 hours, 45% died of neurologic injury, 42% of circulatory collapse
or hemorrhage, and 9% of multiple organ failure (19).
A 100-mg test dose of suramin was well tolerated by the patient; however, the first full treatment dose was complicated by circulatory collapse
and bronchoconstriction, which required administration of hydrocortisone and chlorphenamine and immediate discontinuation of the suramin infusion.
After a series of further complications, on July 25 - just 30 hours after he was born - he suffered a circulatory collapse
and was starved of oxygen for between 10 and 25 minutes, causing significant brain damage.
It said that the deceased felt tired after a hearing session on Saturday and was referred to hospital where he suffered nose bleeds followed by circulatory collapse
that led to his death.
Plasmodium vivax is seen with several complications in its severe form of malaria, either sequestration related, such as cerebral malaria, renal dysfunction, hepatic dysfunction, circulatory collapse
, hemoglobinuria, abnormal bleeding and ARDS, or nonsequestration related, such as anemia and thrombocytopenia (8-9).
There is circulatory collapse
and it is crucial to get medical help within minutes or inject adrenaline immediately.
In several animals (~40% of the animals), a decrease in systolic blood pressure was observed, but no dramatic drop in blood pressure, resulting in circulatory collapse
, was observed.
If a patient drinks alcohol when taking disulfiram, he or she will experience sweating, headache, tachycardia, and decreases in blood pressure, potentially leading to circulatory collapse
To the Editor: Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT)-related cardiac complications have been documented extensively in the literature and include circulatory collapse
, arrhythmias, hypertensive responses, transient left ventricular dysfunction, and transient ST abnormalities.
I would think he had a major circulatory collapse
which was possibly caused by the rupture of a major artery, probably a ruptured aorta.