Cardiomyopathy Guide Cardiomyopathy is caused by ipecac poisoning (a medical emergency that frequently results in death) Nervosa. • Cardiac dysrhythmias; sinus bradycardia; and unexpected cardiac arrest brought on by severe electrolyte imbalances • Cardiac murmur; mitral valve prolapse; orthostatic changes in heart rate or blood pressure; and • Electrolyte imbalances • Elevated serum bicarbonate levels, albeit these might occasionally be low and signify metabolic acidosis. • Hypochloremia; Hypokalemia; Dehydration, which causes volume depletion and stimulates aldosterone production; production, which in turn stimulates further potassium excretion from kidneys; thus there can be an indirect renal loss of potassium as well as a direct loss through self- induced vomiting • Esophageal tears brought on by self-induced vomiting; severe attrition and erosion of teeth causing irritant sensitivity and exposing the pulp of the teeth; loss of the dental arch; diminished chewing ability; parotid gland enlargement associated with elevated serum amylase levels; severe abdominal pain suggestive of gastric dilation • Russell's sign (self-induced puking callus on knuckles)
Behavior problems Dietary Therapy The most crucial objective is to address any malnutrition that poses a risk to life to restore nutritional stability and weight growth. If the malnutrition is severe, this may call for the introduction of tube feedings or intravenous fluids. In most situations, it is advisable to gradually reintroduce food and snacks. Starting caloric intake at 60% to 75% of projected needs in undernourished people is an acceptable objective. (Agostino, Erdstein, & Di Meglio, 2013) Patients. The refeeding syndrome, which includes cardiovascular, neurologic, and hematologic problems when nutritional replacement is provided too quickly, must be avoided by healthcare practitioners while restoring nutrition. Slow refeeding and the administration of phosphorus, when total body phosphorus levels are low, can prevent this condition. therapy objective Weights are dependent on a person's height, age, premorbid weight, stage of puberty, and past growth charts. The resumption of menstruation in young women who have reached menarche is an objective indicator of recovery of biological health. To correct the psychologic beliefs regarding weight reduction that are at the root, dietary therapies are used in conjunction with behavioral therapy. Relieving eating-related anxiety and the despair that comes along with the condition is another part of the treatment. Weight.