diaphoresis


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Synonyms for diaphoresis

the process of the sweat glands of the skin secreting a salty fluid

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Diaphoresis 15 30 Salivation 14 28 Bronchorrhoea 10 20 Vomiting 6 12 Neck muscle weakness 22 44 Fasciculations 22 44 Respiratory distress 25 50 Miosis 20 40 Seizures 1 2 Table 4.
Common symptoms include headache, significant hypertension, flushing of the skin, and diaphoresis above the level of injury.
Symptoms included fever, altered level of consciousness, changes in mental status, drooling, diaphoresis, urinary incontinence, sweating, development of tremors, lead pipe rigidity, tachycardia, and increased level of creatine phosphokinase.
The clinical manifestations of PSH include presence of episodic increases in heart rate, blood pressure, respiratory rate, temperature, diaphoresis, and posturing activity (Baguley et al.
This case suggests that any young patient who presents with syncope and unexplainable diaphoresis, aortic stenosis would be a differential.
Within minutes of the abdominal palpation he developed nausea, vomiting, diaphoresis, and palpitations.
Four hours later, he developed retrosternal chest pain, radiating to both shoulders, rated 8/10, which persisted for about 10 minutes, with diaphoresis and nausea.
Momtaz and her associates retrospectively assessed the incidence of infusion-related reactions among 595 patients treated at their center with either dose of the agent during a 5-year period, focusing on grade 2 and 3 symptoms of flushing, chills, pruritus, rash, nausea, dyspnea, cough, bronchospasm, fever, malaise, headache, hypotension, diaphoresis, tachycardia, and pain.
Despite treatment, the hematuria worsened, and his face became pale with diaphoresis the following morning.
The results are agitation, hyperalertness, hypertension, tachycardia, diaphoresis, and elevated temperatures to 106[degrees] F.
The diagnostic criteria for neuroleptic malignant syndrome (NMS) provided in the fourth edition of the American Psychiatric Association Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV)[21 specify that the individual must exhibit severe muscle rigidity and elevated temperature associated with the use of antipsychotic medication and have at least two of the following associated symptoms: (a) diaphoresis, (b) dysphagia, (c) tremor, (d) incontinence, (e) changes in level of consciousness ranging from confusion to coma, (f) mutism, (g) tachycardia, (h) elevated or labile blood pressure, (i) leukocytosis, or (j) laboratory evidence of muscle injury (e.
Patients present with severe pain in the abdominal area, diaphoresis, and vomiting.
Thus, a 58-year-old mother of two (whose own mother had had breast cancer), who was having drenching night sweats and intermittent fever, became a 58-year-old gravida 2, para 2 female with FHx of maternal mammary metaplasia who was having severe nocturnal diaphoresis accompanied by febrile episodes.
He would have been completely exhausted and dehydrated because of diaphoresis and vomiting.
The patient reported no headaches, palpitations, or diaphoresis.