ptyalism

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excessive flow of saliva

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May repeat IM x 1 * Promethazine 25 mg IM (do not give IV!) or prochlorperazine 10 mg IV for nausea and/or vomiting, every 2 hours as needed * Atropine 0.5 mg IV for hypersalivation x 1 * Hydralazine 5mg IV given slowly over one minute for a pregnant patient who has severe preeclampsia or eclampsia and who has high blood pressure.
Treatment effects of traditional Chinese medicines Suoquan Pill and Wuling Powder on clozapine-induced hypersalivation in patients with schizophrenia: study protocol of a randomized, placebo-controlled trial.
In PM, impairment of the pharyngolaryngeal muscles can cause dysphonia and dysphagia, with aspiration and hypersalivation as the end results.
Some of the side effects of ketamine include hallucinations, arrhythmia, and hypersalivation. The sympathetic properties of ketamine might be helpful if hypotension is a concern, but ketamine should be used with caution or avoided in patients with coronary artery disease or severe hypertension.
"I had hypersalivation and had to use a machine like they have at the dentist's office to suck off the excessive saliva.
Daily administration of oral ivermectin --often for months--also carries a risk of side effects, including dilated pupils, ataxia, sedation, stupor, coma, hypersalivation, vomiting, diarrhea, blindness, tremors, seizures, and respiratory depression.
One day later, he began vomiting, and was admitted to a local hospital (hospital A), where he exhibited anemophobia, convulsions, limb rigidity, and hypersalivation. The patient was moved to hospital B (days 7-14) in Changsha.
The most common adverse reactions reported are vomiting, depression/lethargy, itching (pruritic), decreased appetite (anorexia), diarrhea, trembling/shaking, ataxia, seizures, hypersalivation, and skin reddening.
The seizures began with sensation of rotatory vertigo, sweating, hypersalivation and were usually followed by secondary generalization (on average one generalization every two months).
LMA use shortens the duration of the stay in the operating room, eliminates the need for muscle relaxants and, thus, the use of choline esterase inhibitors, which have multiple side effects, such as bradycardia, bronchoconstriction, and hypersalivation.8 Another important advantage of LMA use is that, as laryngoscopy with laryngeal and tracheal stimulation is avoided, an exaggerated hemodynamic response and a possible physiological ETI-induced response are avoided.
The medical history of patient indicated that one month before the admission to our hospital, the patient had experienced confusion, hallucinations, hypersalivation, pallor, palpitation, sweating, dyspnea, involuntary urination and defecation, muscle fasciculation and piloerection symptoms, 20 minutes after ingestion of approximately 40 mL chlorpyrifos with the intent to commit suicide.
Painful changes may interfere with speech and food ingestion and often cause hypersalivation. [3] Eruptions are superficial or deep, oval or elongated, and their central part covered with a necrotic tissue may make a few millimeters deep depression.
(7) Autonomic dysfunctions--the most common manifestations of autonomic instability are hyperthermia, cardiac dysrhythmias (tachycardia or bradycardia) [55], hypersalivation, hypotension, hypertension, urinary incontinence, and sexual dysfunction [4].
Recent research has explored new uses for BTX, including treatment for headaches, hypersalivation, hyperhidrosis, and various chronic conditions that only respond partially to other medical treatments [1, 3].