Introduction Ischemic colitis is damage to the large intestine due to reduced blood flow (ischemia) to the colon. The colon is the last section of the large intestine, where stool is formed. The reduced blood flow may lead to the death of cells (necrosis) in the lining of the colon, damaging the colon and often causing bleeding. Most cases of ischemic colitis are temporary. In other cases, blood flow does not improve, and parts of the colon start to die.
it\'s going to result to associate infection within the muscle as a result of a illness of the arteries, interference the guts valves and also the likes. medication is also prescribed to assist one with this type of issues. Pulmonary valve stricture (PVS) This condition happens once there\'s a thickening of 1 or additional valves within the heart cavity. this could result in blockage of the guts between those within which the condition has progressed in DVE a amount of your time. Heart attack A coronary failure is that the results of plaque within the arteries designed, And by inflammation, therefore referred to as coronary-artery disease.
A fistula is an opening on the large intestine and another surface that stick together and form a tunnel. If they are healed while connected, it can cause the spread of bacteria from the large intestine and cause inflammation and infection. The last, but yet of many more complications is dysuria or painful urination. Diverticulitis can cause a part of the bowels that are inflamed to have contact with the bladder causing the pain and having to urinate more often. It can also cause air to be present in urine which is the result of a fistula.
The main problem that the kidneys are prone to is kidney failure, also called acute renal failure. This is the condition where the kidneys lose their ability to stop working or perform their functions. The types of causes of this disorder are categorized based on when they take place, therefore there are the pre -renal, renal and the post- renal causes. The pre- renal causes are the ones that happen before the disease occurs, they include; blood-clotting issues, low blood pressure causing low blood volume (hypovolemia) in the kidney, urinary tract infections, dehydration and medication such as diuretics which cause water loss. Renal causes affect the kidney directly, they include sepsis (when the immune system is overwhelmed by infections which causes the kidney to shut down), medication which are toxic to the kidney e.g.
Left Circumflex Artery 3. Right Coronary Artery. When these arteries are narrowed, the blood flow and oxygen circulation is forced to stop causing your body to have less movement. This is a very dangerous disease due to the fact that when the blood clot occurs in the body, your heart may stop pumping blood and inhaling/exhaling oxygen which leads to certain heart attacks and/or death.
The diastolic dysfunction will eventually lead to right-sided heart failure. Pulmonary edema or congestion happens when the left ventricle of the heart fails. This is simply because the inefficiency of its ventricle to pump effectively causes the blood to back up to the pulmonary capillaries as the pulmonary venous blood rises its pressure into the tissues and alveoli impairing the gas exchange. Pulmonary congestion will be manifested in crackles, difficulty of breathing, frothy pink-tinged sputum and shortness of breath. In addition, the decreased amount of blood ejected from the left side causes ineffective tissue perfusion.
One of the complications of mononucleosis is a ruptured spleen. A ruptured spleen will cause sharp sudden pain in the left side. It is important to seek medical attention immediately because there is a chance that the person will need surgery. Other complications are hepatitis, jaundice, and more rarely anemia, heart issues, swollen tonsils blocking breathing and nervous system complications. Mononucleosis can be a life threatening illness for individuals with impaired immune
Prolonged lymphatic obstruction can lead to Lymphedema, which is fluid accumulation and swelling in the tissues caused by the obstruction of vessels. Lymphatic obstruction could either be genetically inherited, in which lymph vessels are formed incorrectly resulting in dysfunction, or outside sources such as cancer or sugary which causes the removal or disruption of the vessels. This causes a disruption in the starling’s forces because fluid can be taken out of the capillary into the interstitial space, but it cannot reenter the capillary due to the blockage of the lymphatic
Hypovolemic shock is the body’s response to a significant loss of fluids that disrupts the volume of blood within the body the body, causing disturbance in normally functioning systems. The most common cause of such response is from rapid loss of fluids, such as with hemorrhage, a sudden acute blood loss that can be externally or internally found throughout the human body (Tortura 781). Hypovolemic shock will then come secondary to hemorrhagic shock, the body’s initial response rapid blood loss as a way of trying to slow down or stop bleeding. When blood loss cannot be controlled with hemorrhagic shock, hypovolemic shock is then initiated (Kolecki, “Background”). However, significant fluid loss can also cause in relation to hypovolemic shock can occur in other ways, such as with excessive sweating, diarrhea, vomiting, or from a lack of fluid intake (Tortura 781).
Hypoperfusion refers to inadequate supply of oxygen to the body organs; this is a sign that is associated with the blood. By reducing the blood flow in other parts of the body, it will increase the blood flow to the brain, vital organs and heart. The causes of shocks were excessive loss of blood, excessive pain, infection, heart attack, stroke, poisoning by chemicals, drugs, gases, lack of O2, physiological trauma, dehydration from burns, vomiting and diarrhea. Some symptoms are rapid & weak pulse, rapid breathing, low blood pressure, vomiting/nausea, blurred vision and other signs. In order to treat them, the medical personnels should eliminate the causes of the shock, provide enough blood and oxygen in our body, and there’s different types of injuries, so positioning the shock victim is based on the injury unless the place is dangerous.
Henoch-Schonlein Purpura Henoch-Schonlein purpura is inflammation of the blood vessels. This causes a rash of red or purple spots on the skin. This condition may also cause kidney problems and pain in the knee joints, ankle joints, or abdomen. Generally, this condition goes away on its own, although symptoms may return (recur) over time. CAUSES The cause of this condition is not known.
However, it is likely due to an abnormal response of the immune system. Food or bacteria in the intestines, or even the lining of the bowel may cause the uncontrolled inflammation associated with Crohn 's disease. Signs and Symptoms: The symptoms of Crohn 's disease depend on where the disease occurs in the bowel and its severity. These are some symptom examples Chronic diarrhea, often bloody and containing mucus or pus Weight loss Fever Abdominal pain and tenderness Feeling of a mass or fullness in the abdomen Rectal bleeding