What to expect when you take Dopamine hydrochloride and have Neuropathy peripheral?

Do you take Dopamine hydrochloride and have Neuropathy peripheral? Find out below what new side effects and undetected conditions you may have in 1 to 5 years. This forecast is created after we perform predictive analysis on healthcare big data, including data collected from FDA. It will be updated regularly.

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Female

Females aged 1:

Within 1 year:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Urine Output - Decreased (9%)
  2. Pulmonary Haemorrhage (9%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Multi-Organ Failure (23%)
  2. Aspartate Aminotransferase Increased (14%)
  3. Nodal Arrhythmia (9%)
  4. Drug Ineffective (9%)
  5. Dialysis (9%)
  6. Arrhythmias (9%)
  7. Alanine Aminotransferase Increased (9%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Sepsis (9%)
  2. Pulmonary Hypertension (9%)
  3. Cardiac Failure (9%)
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Within 2 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Renal Failure Acute (21%)
  2. Urine Output - Decreased (14%)
  3. Pulmonary Haemorrhage (14%)
  4. Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation (7%)
  5. Blood Urea Increased (7%)
  6. Blood Creatinine Increased (7%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Acute Kidney Failure (21%)
  2. Stress And Anxiety (21%)
  3. Pneumonia (21%)
  4. Injury (21%)
  5. Fever (21%)
  6. Pain (21%)
  7. Convulsion (21%)
  8. Pleural Effusion (21%)
  9. Athlete's Foot (14%)
  10. Atelectasis (14%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Eczema (14%)
  2. Bone Marrow Conditioning Regimen (14%)
  3. Ventricular Septal Defect Repair (7%)
  4. Systemic-Pulmonary Artery Shunt (7%)
  5. Glycogen Storage Disease Type Ii (7%)
  6. Brain Injury (7%)
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Within 3 years:

  • n/a
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Within 4 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Blood Creatinine Increased (6%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Mental Retardation Severity Unspecified (19%)
  2. Choledocholithiasis (19%)
  3. Gallstones (19%)
  4. Graft Versus Host Disease (13%)
  5. Urine Output Decreased (13%)
  6. Deafness Neurosensory (13%)
  7. Rhabdomyolysis (13%)
  8. Fever (6%)
  9. Death (6%)
  10. Circumoral Oedema (6%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Ventricular Septal Defect (19%)
  2. Post Procedural Infection (19%)
  3. Endocarditis Bacterial (19%)
  4. Cardiac Failure (19%)
  5. Mucopolysaccharidosis Ih (6%)
  6. General Anaesthesia (6%)
  7. Febrile Neutropenia (6%)
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Within 5 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Hyperkalemia (30%)
  2. Cardiac Arrest (30%)
  3. Renal Failure Acute (10%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Ards (acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome) (40%)
  2. Arrhythmias (30%)
  3. Acute Circulatory Failure (20%)
  4. Pneumothorax (20%)
  5. Hypophosphataemia (20%)
  6. Hypokalemia (20%)
  7. Bronchopulmonary Aspergillosis (20%)
  8. Drug Maladministration (10%)
  9. Agranulocytosis (10%)
  10. Alanine Aminotransferase Increased (10%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Pneumonia Aspergillus (30%)
  2. Wound (20%)
  3. Upper Gastrointestinal Haemorrhage (20%)
  4. Sepsis (20%)
  5. Sedation (20%)
  6. Prophylaxis (20%)
  7. Avian Influenza (20%)
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Females aged 18:

Within 1 year:

  • n/a
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Within 2 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Depression (35%)
  2. Injury (25%)
  3. Emotional Distress (25%)
  4. Renal Impairment (20%)
  5. Fever (20%)
  6. Respiratory Distress (15%)
  7. Nausea And Vomiting (15%)
  8. Diarrhea (15%)
  9. Ejection Fraction Decreased (10%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Death (30%)
  2. Pain (25%)
  3. Stress And Anxiety (25%)
  4. Anhedonia (25%)
  5. Acute Kidney Failure (20%)
  6. Fear (20%)
  7. Renal Injury (20%)
  8. Multi-Organ Failure (20%)
  9. Nausea (20%)
  10. Haematocrit Decreased (15%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Coronary Artery Bypass (20%)
  2. Septic Shock (15%)
  3. Crohn's Disease (15%)
  4. Ventricular Tachycardia (10%)
  5. Ventricular Fibrillation (10%)
  6. Status Epilepticus (10%)
  7. Meningitis (10%)
  8. Convulsion (10%)
  9. Blood Pressure Management (10%)
  10. Arrhythmia (10%)
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Within 3 years:

  • n/a
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Within 4 years:

  • n/a
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Within 5 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Nervousness (26%)
  2. Graft Versus Host Disease (16%)
  3. High Blood Pressure (16%)
  4. Dyspnea (16%)
  5. Fever (16%)
  6. Renal Impairment (16%)
  7. Weakness (11%)
  8. Cardiac Failure Congestive (11%)
  9. Injury (5%)
  10. Malaise (5%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Electrocardiogram Qt Prolonged (32%)
  2. Ventricular Tachycardia (26%)
  3. Torsade De Pointes (26%)
  4. Ventricular Extrasystoles (21%)
  5. Pulmonary Oedema (21%)
  6. Thrombotic Microangiopathy (16%)
  7. Intravascular Haemolysis (16%)
  8. Multi-Organ Failure (16%)
  9. Haemolysis (11%)
  10. Nausea (11%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension (26%)
  2. Bone Marrow Conditioning Regimen (16%)
  3. Transfusion-Related Acute Lung Injury (11%)
  4. Cytomegalovirus Antigen Positive (11%)
  5. Bone Marrow Transplant (11%)
  6. Pulmonary Valve Replacement (5%)
  7. Prophylaxis (5%)
  8. Peripartum Cardiomyopathy (5%)
  9. Insomnia (5%)
  10. Hepatic Failure (5%)
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Females aged 45:

Within 1 year:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Death (10%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Thrombocytopenia (38%)
  2. Renal Failure Acute (24%)
  3. Blood Urea Increased (19%)
  4. Sepsis (14%)
  5. Blood Creatinine Increased (14%)
  6. Blood Lactate Dehydrogenase Increased (14%)
  7. Diarrhea (14%)
  8. Urinary Tract Infection (10%)
  9. Dyspnea (10%)
  10. Anuria (10%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Septic Shock (10%)
  2. Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension (10%)
  3. Prophylaxis (10%)
  4. Depression (10%)
  5. Crohn's Disease (10%)
  6. Anxiety (10%)
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Within 2 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Multi-Organ Failure (12%)
  2. Fever (12%)
  3. Death (12%)
  4. Cardiac Arrest (12%)
  5. Acute Kidney Failure (12%)
  6. Pain (8%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Cardio-Respiratory Arrest (16%)
  2. Rhabdomyolysis (16%)
  3. Weight Increased (12%)
  4. Thrombocytopenia (12%)
  5. Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome (12%)
  6. Sinus Tachycardia (12%)
  7. Circulatory Collapse (12%)
  8. Renal Impairment (12%)
  9. Cerebral Oedema (8%)
  10. Electrocardiogram St Segment Depression (8%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Tremor (8%)
  2. Pulmonary Hypertension (8%)
  3. Pancreatic Enzymes Decreased (8%)
  4. Mitral Valve Replacement (8%)
  5. Hashimoto's Thyroiditis (8%)
  6. Fatigue (8%)
  7. Deficiency Anaemia (8%)
  8. Brittle Nails (8%)
  9. Autoimmune Thyroiditis (8%)
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Within 3 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Fever (21%)
  2. Acute Circulatory Failure (16%)
  3. Acute Kidney Failure (8%)
  4. Erythema Multiforme (5%)
  5. Atrial Fibrillation/flutter (5%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Epidermal Necrolysis (26%)
  2. Thrombocytopenia (18%)
  3. Ventricular Fibrillation (13%)
  4. Blister (13%)
  5. Oedema Lower Limb (11%)
  6. Hemiparesis (11%)
  7. Venous Thrombosis Deep Limb (11%)
  8. Consciousness - Decreased (11%)
  9. Itching (11%)
  10. Chills (11%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Sepsis (11%)
  2. Prophylaxis (5%)
  3. Chronic Myeloid Leukaemia (5%)
  4. Bone Marrow Transplant (5%)
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Within 4 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Multi-Organ Failure (26%)
  2. Pain (21%)
  3. Acute Kidney Failure (21%)
  4. Fever (11%)
  5. Death (11%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Fear (21%)
  2. Stress And Anxiety (21%)
  3. Injury (21%)
  4. Anhedonia (21%)
  5. Renal Injury (21%)
  6. Activated Partial Thromboplastin Time Prolonged (16%)
  7. Aspartate Aminotransferase Increased (11%)
  8. Lymphocytic Leukaemia (11%)
  9. Gamma-Glutamyltransferase Increased (11%)
  10. Disability (11%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Coronary Artery Bypass (21%)
  2. Diabetes Mellitus (11%)
  3. Chest Pain (11%)
  4. Cardiovascular Disorder (11%)
  5. Acute Myeloid Leukaemia (11%)
  6. Acute Lymphocytic Leukaemia (11%)
  7. Plasma Cell Myeloma (5%)
  8. Dyslipidaemia (5%)
  9. Bipolar I Disorder (5%)
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Within 5 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Acute Kidney Failure (17%)
  2. Pain (14%)
  3. Fever (11%)
  4. Multi-Organ Failure (6%)
  5. Death (6%)
  6. Cardiac Arrest (6%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Brain Oedema (20%)
  2. Injury (14%)
  3. Thrombocytopenia (14%)
  4. Stress And Anxiety (11%)
  5. Renal Failure Acute (11%)
  6. Fear (11%)
  7. Oesophageal Varices Haemorrhage (9%)
  8. Brain Death (9%)
  9. Cerebral Hypoxia (9%)
  10. Circulatory Collapse (9%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Vomiting (9%)
  2. Liver Disorder (9%)
  3. Headache (9%)
  4. Infection (6%)
  5. Anaesthesia (6%)
  6. Chest Discomfort (6%)
  7. Chronic Myeloid Leukaemia (6%)
  8. Coronary Artery Bypass (6%)
  9. Flatulence (6%)
  10. Haemorrhoids (6%)
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Females aged 65:

Within 1 year:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Multi-Organ Failure (21%)
  2. Stress And Anxiety (17%)
  3. Pain (17%)
  4. Emotional Distress (17%)
  5. Acute Kidney Failure (17%)
  6. Injury (15%)
  7. Renal Impairment (13%)
  8. Renal Injury (11%)
  9. Death (11%)
  10. Weight Increased (6%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Fear (15%)
  2. Stroke (9%)
  3. Pupil Fixed (9%)
  4. Mydriasis (9%)
  5. Hyporeflexia (9%)
  6. Hepatic Necrosis (9%)
  7. Fever (9%)
  8. White Blood Cell Count Increased (6%)
  9. Liver Disorder (6%)
  10. Duodenal Ulcer Perforation (6%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Coronary Artery Bypass (15%)
  2. Prophylaxis (11%)
  3. Sepsis (6%)
  4. Pulmonary Hypertension (6%)
  5. Bone Marrow Conditioning Regimen (6%)
  6. Acute Graft Versus Host Disease (6%)
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Within 2 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Acute Kidney Failure (36%)
  2. Pain (31%)
  3. Injury (25%)
  4. Multi-Organ Failure (24%)
  5. Emotional Distress (24%)
  6. Stress And Anxiety (20%)
  7. Renal Impairment (20%)
  8. Renal Injury (18%)
  9. Renal Failure Acute (15%)
  10. Death (11%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Fear (18%)
  2. Pneumonia (9%)
  3. Dyspnea (9%)
  4. Ards (acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome) (9%)
  5. Anhedonia (9%)
  6. Ventricular Tachycardia (7%)
  7. Stroke (5%)
  8. Rashes (5%)
  9. Haemoglobin Decreased (5%)
  10. Fainting (5%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Coronary Artery Bypass (24%)
  2. Mitral Valve Repair (9%)
  3. Gastric Cancer (9%)
  4. Staphylococcus Test Positive (5%)
  5. Staphylococcal Infection (5%)
  6. Sedation (5%)
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Within 3 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Pain (23%)
  2. Multi-Organ Failure (23%)
  3. Acute Kidney Failure (23%)
  4. Injury (21%)
  5. Death (21%)
  6. Stress And Anxiety (20%)
  7. Renal Injury (19%)
  8. Renal Impairment (19%)
  9. Emotional Distress (19%)
  10. Renal Failure Acute (11%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Anhedonia (21%)
  2. Fear (20%)
  3. Rhabdomyolysis (11%)
  4. Fever (11%)
  5. Aspartate Aminotransferase Increased (9%)
  6. Alanine Aminotransferase Increased (8%)
  7. Blood Lactate Dehydrogenase Increased (7%)
  8. Consciousness - Decreased (7%)
  9. White Blood Cell Count Increased (5%)
  10. Cardiac Failure (5%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Coronary Artery Bypass (16%)
  2. Acute Coronary Syndrome (13%)
  3. Mitral Valve Replacement (8%)
  4. Hypertension (8%)
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Within 4 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Acute Kidney Failure (27%)
  2. Injury (24%)
  3. Stress And Anxiety (22%)
  4. Pain (22%)
  5. Renal Injury (19%)
  6. Renal Impairment (19%)
  7. Emotional Distress (19%)
  8. Death (19%)
  9. Multi-Organ Failure (16%)
  10. Thrombocytopenia (14%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Fear (22%)
  2. Headache (16%)
  3. Dizziness (16%)
  4. Abdominal Pain Upper (14%)
  5. Pneumonia (14%)
  6. Memory Loss (14%)
  7. Chest Pain (14%)
  8. Confusional State (11%)
  9. Anaphylaxis (11%)
  10. Speech Impairment (adult) (11%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Coronary Artery Bypass (19%)
  2. Prophylaxis (8%)
  3. Hypothyroidism (8%)
  4. Hypertension (8%)
  5. Diabetes Mellitus (8%)
  6. Mitral Valve Replacement (5%)
  7. Chest Pain (5%)
  8. Cardiac Tamponade (5%)
  9. Blood Cholesterol Increased (5%)
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Within 5 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Multi-Organ Failure (39%)
  2. Injury (16%)
  3. Stress And Anxiety (15%)
  4. Pain (15%)
  5. Acute Kidney Failure (15%)
  6. Renal Injury (13%)
  7. Renal Impairment (13%)
  8. Emotional Distress (13%)
  9. Death (13%)
  10. Renal Failure Acute (10%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Blister (25%)
  2. Epidermal Necrolysis (23%)
  3. Erythema Multiforme (21%)
  4. Fear (15%)
  5. Tumor Lysis Syndrome (13%)
  6. Fever (13%)
  7. Anhedonia (13%)
  8. Face Oedema (11%)
  9. Cerebral Oedema (8%)
  10. Quadriplegia (7%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Coronary Artery Bypass (16%)
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Male

Males aged 1:

Within 1 year:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Oxygen Saturation Decreased (5%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Ascites (24%)
  2. Erythema Multiforme (24%)
  3. Blister (18%)
  4. Breathing Sounds - Abnormal (stridor) (18%)
  5. Angioneurotic Oedema (16%)
  6. Graft Versus Host Disease (16%)
  7. Acute Kidney Failure (11%)
  8. Injury (8%)
  9. Anhedonia (8%)
  10. Death (8%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Ventricular Septal Defect Repair (8%)
  2. Systemic-Pulmonary Artery Shunt (8%)
  3. Bone Marrow Transplant (8%)
  4. Atrial Septal Defect (8%)
  5. Stem Cell Transplant (5%)
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Within 2 years:

Most common symptoms:

  • n/a

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Pain (24%)
  2. Multi-Organ Failure (24%)
  3. Stress And Anxiety (19%)
  4. Death (19%)
  5. Fear (19%)
  6. Acute Kidney Failure (19%)
  7. Renal Impairment (19%)
  8. Emotional Distress (14%)
  9. Renal Injury (14%)
  10. Cardiac Failure (14%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Systemic-Pulmonary Artery Shunt (14%)
  2. Sedation (14%)
  3. Renal Transplant (10%)
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Within 3 years:

  • n/a
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Within 4 years:

  • n/a
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Within 5 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Patent Ductus Arteriosus (10%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Myocarditis (60%)
  2. Cor Pulmonale (60%)
  3. Left Ventricular Dysfunction (60%)
  4. Right Ventricular Dysfunction (40%)
  5. Enterococcal Sepsis (30%)
  6. Cardiomyopathy (30%)
  7. Ejection Fraction Decreased (30%)
  8. Electrocardiogram Qt Prolonged (30%)
  9. Arrhythmias (30%)
  10. Respiratory Rate Increased (30%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Acute Myeloid Leukaemia (60%)
  2. Status Asthmaticus (10%)
  3. Prophylaxis (10%)
  4. Fungal Infection (10%)
  5. Enterococcal Infection (10%)
  6. Enterococcal Bacteraemia (10%)
  7. Cardiac Failure (10%)
  8. Antiinflammatory Therapy (10%)
  9. Acute Lymphocytic Leukaemia (10%)
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Males aged 18:

Within 1 year:

  • n/a
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Within 2 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Diarrhea (38%)
  2. High Blood Pressure (23%)
  3. Fatigue (15%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Wound Infection Staphylococcal (54%)
  2. Urinary Tract Infection Enterococcal (54%)
  3. Febrile Neutropenia (54%)
  4. Clostridium Difficile Colitis (54%)
  5. Pneumonia (54%)
  6. Ards (acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome) (54%)
  7. Cholestasis (46%)
  8. Splenomegaly (46%)
  9. Sepsis (46%)
  10. Hyperbilirubinaemia (46%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Acute Lymphocytic Leukaemia (54%)
  2. Prophylaxis (8%)
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Within 3 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Sinus Tachycardia (10%)
  2. Loss Of Consciousness (10%)
  3. Fever (10%)
  4. Acute Kidney Failure (10%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Rhabdomyolysis (40%)
  2. Haemoglobin Decreased (30%)
  3. Hypothermia (30%)
  4. Thrombocytopenia (30%)
  5. Anaemia (30%)
  6. Device Occlusion (30%)
  7. Right Ventricular Failure (30%)
  8. Concomitant Disease Aggravated (30%)
  9. Renal Failure Acute (30%)
  10. Red Blood Cell Count Decreased (30%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Sedation (30%)
  2. Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension (30%)
  3. Hypertension (10%)
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Within 4 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Coughing Up Blood (15%)
  2. Sinus Tachycardia (8%)
  3. Multi-Organ Failure (8%)
  4. Disease Progression (8%)
  5. Death (8%)
  6. Blood Creatinine Increased (8%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Blood Creatine Phosphokinase Increased (23%)
  2. White Blood Cell Count Increased (15%)
  3. Rhabdomyolysis (15%)
  4. Heart Rate Increased (15%)
  5. C-Reactive Protein Increased (15%)
  6. Blood Lactate Dehydrogenase Increased (15%)
  7. Pulmonary Haemorrhage (15%)
  8. Pulmonary Oedema (15%)
  9. Pneumonia (15%)
  10. Atrial Fibrillation/flutter (15%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Septic Shock (15%)
  2. Nausea (15%)
  3. Acute Lymphocytic Leukaemia (15%)
  4. Blood Pressure Systolic Decreased (15%)
  5. Coagulopathy (15%)
  6. Constipation (15%)
  7. Diarrhoea (15%)
  8. Dry Eye (15%)
  9. Febrile Neutropenia (15%)
  10. Headache (15%)
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Within 5 years:

  • n/a
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Males aged 45:

Within 1 year:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Pain (23%)
  2. Stress And Anxiety (20%)
  3. Renal Injury (20%)
  4. Injury (20%)
  5. Fear (20%)
  6. Acute Kidney Failure (20%)
  7. Multi-Organ Failure (17%)
  8. Anhedonia (17%)
  9. Renal Impairment (13%)
  10. Emotional Distress (13%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Pulmonary Oedema (17%)
  2. Ascites (10%)
  3. Death (10%)
  4. Heart Attack (10%)
  5. Weakness (7%)
  6. Haematemesis (7%)
  7. Cardiac Failure Congestive (7%)
  8. Cholestasis (7%)
  9. Dizziness (7%)
  10. Drug Hypersensitivity (7%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Anaemia (20%)
  2. Vomiting (17%)
  3. Pulmonary Oedema (17%)
  4. Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer (17%)
  5. Febrile Neutropenia (17%)
  6. Coronary Artery Bypass (10%)
  7. Supplementation Therapy (7%)
  8. Mediastinal Haemorrhage (7%)
  9. Hypotonia (7%)
  10. Blood Pressure Management (7%)
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Within 2 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Pain (18%)
  2. Injury (18%)
  3. Acute Kidney Failure (18%)
  4. Stress And Anxiety (14%)
  5. Emotional Distress (14%)
  6. Skin Exfoliation (7%)
  7. Rashes (7%)
  8. Pneumonia (7%)
  9. Multi-Organ Failure (7%)
  10. Fever (7%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Renal Failure Acute (14%)
  2. Hypoaesthesia (11%)
  3. Death (11%)
  4. Atrial Fibrillation/flutter (11%)
  5. Ventricular Tachycardia (7%)
  6. Stroke (7%)
  7. High Blood Pressure (7%)
  8. Herpes Zoster (7%)
  9. Hepatic Failure (7%)
  10. Gastroenteritis Salmonella (7%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Myocardial Infarction (14%)
  2. Coronary Artery Bypass (14%)
  3. Multiple Myeloma (7%)
  4. Heart Valve Replacement (7%)
  5. Cardiogenic Shock (7%)
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Within 3 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Fever (10%)
  2. Pain (7%)
  3. Multi-Organ Failure (7%)
  4. Injury (7%)
  5. Haemorrhage (7%)
  6. Emotional Distress (7%)
  7. Cardiac Arrest (7%)
  8. Acute Kidney Failure (7%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Dyspnea (10%)
  2. Cardiac Failure Congestive (10%)
  3. Acute Circulatory Failure (10%)
  4. Ards (acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome) (10%)
  5. Multiple Myeloma (10%)
  6. Fatigue (10%)
  7. Drug Administration Error (7%)
  8. Disease Progression (7%)
  9. Delirium (7%)
  10. Death (7%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Multiple Myeloma (10%)
  2. Acute Myocardial Infarction (10%)
  3. Blood Pressure Management (7%)
  4. Acute Coronary Syndrome (7%)
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Within 4 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Stress And Anxiety (19%)
  2. Pain (17%)
  3. Fear (17%)
  4. Emotional Distress (15%)
  5. Cardiac Arrest (15%)
  6. Acute Kidney Failure (15%)
  7. Rashes (13%)
  8. Multi-Organ Failure (13%)
  9. Renal Injury (10%)
  10. Renal Impairment (10%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Generalised Oedema (12%)
  2. Ventricular Fibrillation (12%)
  3. Hypoaesthesia (12%)
  4. Thrombocytopenia (12%)
  5. Oedema Peripheral (12%)
  6. Memory Loss (10%)
  7. Weakness (10%)
  8. Death (10%)
  9. Consciousness - Decreased (10%)
  10. Excoriation (8%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Pulmonary Embolism (8%)
  2. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Imaging Brain (8%)
  3. Heart Transplant (8%)
  4. Sedation (6%)
  5. Aortic Valve Replacement (6%)
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Within 5 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Multi-Organ Failure (21%)
  2. Acute Kidney Failure (21%)
  3. Fever (15%)
  4. Renal Impairment (12%)
  5. Low Tissue Oxygen (12%)
  6. Cardiac Arrest (12%)
  7. Bleeding Disorders (12%)
  8. Stress And Anxiety (8%)
  9. Pain (8%)
  10. Injury (8%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Respiratory Acidosis (21%)
  2. Thrombocytopenia (17%)
  3. Anaemia (17%)
  4. Torsade De Pointes (15%)
  5. Cardiogenic Shock (15%)
  6. Arrhythmias (15%)
  7. Renal Failure Acute (13%)
  8. Unresponsive To Stimuli (13%)
  9. Nodal Rhythm (13%)
  10. Metabolic Acidosis (13%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Sepsis (6%)
  2. Peritonitis (6%)
  3. Pain (6%)
  4. Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation (6%)
  5. Blood Pressure Management (6%)
  6. Anticoagulant Therapy (6%)
  7. Acute Myocardial Infarction (6%)
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Males aged 65:

Within 1 year:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Pain (24%)
  2. Stress And Anxiety (23%)
  3. Fear (19%)
  4. Acute Kidney Failure (18%)
  5. Injury (18%)
  6. Emotional Distress (16%)
  7. Anhedonia (16%)
  8. Renal Injury (15%)
  9. Renal Impairment (15%)
  10. Multi-Organ Failure (11%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Sepsis (12%)
  2. Arrhythmias (11%)
  3. Cardio-Respiratory Arrest (8%)
  4. Weakness (6%)
  5. Respiratory Acidosis (6%)
  6. Cardiac Arrest (6%)
  7. Ventricular Tachycardia (5%)
  8. Respiratory Distress (5%)
  9. Rashes (5%)
  10. Pain In Extremity (5%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Coronary Artery Bypass (14%)
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Within 2 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Acute Kidney Failure (26%)
  2. Stress And Anxiety (22%)
  3. Pain (22%)
  4. Injury (21%)
  5. Fear (21%)
  6. Renal Injury (19%)
  7. Emotional Distress (19%)
  8. Renal Impairment (16%)
  9. Multi-Organ Failure (16%)
  10. Anhedonia (16%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Myocardial Ischaemia (11%)
  2. Acute Myeloid Leukaemia (11%)
  3. Shock (6%)
  4. Sepsis (6%)
  5. Cardio-Respiratory Arrest (6%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Coronary Artery Bypass (19%)
  2. Pancytopenia (11%)
  3. Neutropenia (11%)
  4. Anaemia (6%)
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Within 3 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Acute Kidney Failure (18%)
  2. Stress And Anxiety (16%)
  3. Pain (16%)
  4. Renal Injury (15%)
  5. Renal Impairment (15%)
  6. Fear (15%)
  7. Anhedonia (14%)
  8. Injury (13%)
  9. Emotional Distress (12%)
  10. Death (10%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Ventricular Tachycardia (9%)
  2. Torsade De Pointes (7%)
  3. Liver Function Tests Nos Abnormal (5%)
  4. Anaphylaxis (5%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Coronary Artery Bypass (15%)
  2. Hypertension (7%)
  3. Prophylaxis (5%)
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Within 4 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Thrombocytopenia (15%)
  2. Renal Failure Acute (14%)
  3. Stress And Anxiety (8%)
  4. Multi-Organ Failure (8%)
  5. Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation (8%)
  6. Pain (7%)
  7. Fever (7%)
  8. Dyspnea (7%)
  9. Fear (6%)
  10. Emotional Distress (6%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Shock (9%)
  2. Cardiac Arrest (9%)
  3. Sepsis (8%)
  4. Pneumonia (8%)
  5. Urine Output - Decreased (7%)
  6. General Physical Health Deterioration (7%)
  7. Anaemia (7%)
  8. Respiratory Acidosis (6%)
  9. High Blood Pressure (6%)
  10. Haemoglobin Decreased (6%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. General Anaesthesia (12%)
  2. Sedation (11%)
  3. Prophylaxis (8%)
  4. Analgesic Therapy (7%)
  5. Schizophrenia (6%)
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Within 5 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Injury (18%)
  2. Acute Kidney Failure (17%)
  3. Pain (15%)
  4. Stress And Anxiety (12%)
  5. Renal Failure Acute (11%)
  6. Emotional Distress (10%)
  7. Thrombocytopenia (9%)
  8. Renal Injury (9%)
  9. Multi-Organ Failure (9%)
  10. Fear (7%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Atrial Fibrillation/flutter (9%)
  2. Pleural Effusion (6%)
  3. Aspartate Aminotransferase Increased (6%)
  4. Alanine Aminotransferase Increased (6%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Coronary Artery Bypass (20%)
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