On 2nd December 2017, Aster Hospital’s Critical Care Department encountered a 30 year old male patient who experienced vomiting multiple times, had profuse sweating and general uneasiness with myalgia. The patient was brought to the ER, and was found to have tachycardia and hypotension. He was diagnosed with;
- Adrenal insufficiency (shock)/Septic shock
- Acute kidney injury – Ischemic Acute Tubular Necrosis.
- Acromegaly with panhypopituitarism on replacement therapy