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Diseases

Malignanat Hyperthermia

Malignant hyperthermia is a condition that triggers a severe reaction to certain drugs used as part of anesthesia for surgery. Without prompt treatment, the disease can be fatal. The genes that cause malignant hyperthermia are inherited.

SYMPTOMS

  • A dramatic rise in body temperature, sometimes as high as 113 degrees fahrenheit.
  • Rigid or painful muscles, especially in the jaw.
  • Flushed skin.
  • Sweating.
  • An abnormally rapid or irregular heartbeat.
  • Rapid breathing or uncomfortable breathing.
  • Brown or cola-colored urine.

CAUSES

Malignant hyperthermia is a condition that triggers a severe reaction to certain drugs used as part of anesthesia for surgery. Without prompt treatment, the disease can be fatal. The genes that cause malignant hyperthermia are inherited.

Chitradurga

Seebara, Behind Indian Oil Petrol Bunk, Basavakumara Swamy Mutt, Chitradurga - 577504

Kunigal

K. Hurali Borasandra, Gowdagere Post, Kunigal Taluk - 572130

Bengaluru

36, KG Gollarapalya, Bolare (P), Kanakapura Road, Bengaluru - 560082