Any association between Pseudohypoparathyroidism and Malignant Hyperthermia?

Should not be... Pseudohypoparathyroidism (PHP) is a disorder of calcium sensing in the kidneys and bone (mult types) & leads to calcium wasting by the the kidneys. However, the possible genetic issues affect a protein that is found throughout the body and can lead to multiple endocrine probs and symptoms. Random fact about PHP is the same gene prob causes diff symptoms if inherited from mother or father.

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Malignant hyperthermia. Can you have it and never know it?

Yes. You can have mh and not know it, until you get general anesthesia for surgery. Family history of mh or unexplained death during surgery can raise questions. Read more...

What are the signs of malignant hyperthermia in young people using drugs?

Several. Mh usually occurs in response to anesthetics used in or or dental offices. There are some stimulant drugs (ecstasy) that may be associated. Symptoms include high body temperature (muscle break down), profuse sweating, muscle rigidity (esp in jaw), rapid & irregular heart beat, rapid breathing, confusion, flushing, coca cola colored urine, low blood pressure & shock. Life threatening disorder. Read more...

Survival rate of a malignant hyperthermia episode in an or?

Malignant hypertherm. Thsi is avery serious condition and if you are not in good hands, good luck! it can be form medication use during the anesthesia and prompt recognition of the problem is critical to survivsal as well. Read more...
Good. If detected early and treated aggressively with dantrolene. It is one of the most challenging things to care for in an operating room. That why we constantly train with our staff in how to quickly manage it even though its likely we will never see it in our careers. Read more...

What is the survival rate of a malignant hyperthermia episode?

95% With early diagnosis and treatment, the mortality rate has dropped from 70% in the 70's to less than 5% currently. Read more...

Can I donate kidney if I have malignant hyperthermia?

Yes but special need. Your problem is with standard anesthesia with agents that can trigger this very serious, life treatening, condition. You need to alert the anesthesia department and they can then use different agents to achieve safe, effective anesthesia. Read more...

If I have malignant hyperthermia, is there any sedatives I need to avoid?

Check with MD. Malignant hyperthermia is a rare disease that has been only described in patients who received either a muscle relaxant or inhalational agents such as sevoflourane. The website www.Mhaus.Org is dedicated to diagnosis and treatment of mh. Sedatives are not known to trigger mh. As far as overall safety of sedative , the physician writing the prescription can make that determination. Read more...