1. Mildly poisoned pp patients may experience he […]
1. Mildly poisoned pp patients may experience headache, dizziness, insomnia, blurred vision, tinnitus, nausea, vomiting, general weakness, tachycardia, transient fainting. The content of carboxyhemoglobin in the blood reaches 10% -20%.
2. Moderately poisoned pp. In addition to the aggravation of the above symptoms, lips, nails, skin and mucous membranes appear cherry red, sweating, blood pressure first increases and then decreases, heart rate accelerates, arrhythmia, irritability, temporary seizure and movement separation Thinking, but not acting). Symptoms continue to worsen, and drowsiness and coma may occur. The carboxyhemoglobin in the blood is about 30% -40%. After timely rescue, you can wake up quickly, generally without complications and sequelae.
3. Severely poisoned patients quickly enter a comatose state. The muscle tone of the limbs increased in the early stage, or there was paroxysmal tonic spasm; the muscle tone in the late stage decreased significantly. The patient's complexion was pale or bluish, the blood pressure decreased, the pupils were dilated, and finally died of respiratory paralysis. Those who survived the rescue may have severe comorbidities and sequelae.
4. sequelae pp moderate and severe poisoning patients have neurasthenia, tremor paralysis, hemiplegia, hemiplegia, aphasia, dysphagia, intellectual disability, toxic psychosis or dementia. Some patients may develop secondary encephalopathy.