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  1. photo Popular CrossFit workouts linked to disturbingly high rates of <b>rhabdomyolysis</b>, muscle cell 'explosion'Popular CrossFit workouts linked to disturbingly high rates of rhabdomyolysis, muscle cell 'explosion'News
    It has become something of a running joke at many of the thousands of CrossFit gyms that now dot the urban American landscape. But the musculoskeletal deterioration disease known as rhabdomyolysisRead more
  2. photo Your antibiotic might blind you, cripple you for life, or even kill youYour antibiotic might blind you, cripple you for life, or even kill youNews
    rhabdomyolysis, a syndrome caused by the death of muscle fibers and the release of myoglobin into the bloodstream. Death occurs due to toxic overload with resultant kidney failure, heart attack, liver damageRead more
  3. photo Why statins side effects may (literally) be killing youWhy statins side effects may (literally) be killing youNews
    havoc on the functionality of the entire body.Kidney Failure An extremely serious side effect known as rhabdomyolysis can be caused by statins. This condition involves the degeneration of muscle cellsRead more
  4. photo Woman nearly amputates her own legs with ridiculously tight jeans - paramedics forced to cut them offWoman nearly amputates her own legs with ridiculously tight jeans - paramedics forced to cut them offNews
    legs, a condition that could lead to life or limb threatening rhabdomyolysis, where muscles and tendons shred and fall apart. By the way, rhabdomyolysis is also common among heavy statin drug usersRead more
  5. photo Study: Statins Don’t Lower Cholesterol But Increase Cancer and Memory Loss RiskStudy: Statins Don’t Lower Cholesterol But Increase Cancer and Memory Loss RiskTreatment
    of developing type 2 diabetes Memory loss Diarrhea High blood sugar Rash Drowsiness Constipation They have been related to sever side-effects, like myositis and rhabdomyolysis, which are conditions which leadRead more
  6. photo One Man Drank 8 Bottles of Coconut Water a Day, This is Why He Ended Up in an EROne Man Drank 8 Bottles of Coconut Water a Day, This is Why He Ended Up in an ERTreatment
    drug therapy, which additionally raise the levels of potassium. Moreover, the levels of potassium may be elevated due to: breakdown of muscle tissue (rhabdomyolysis) breakdown of red blood cellsRead more
  7. photo Uso de estatinas promove um agravamento da insuficiência cardíaca causando a disfunção diastólica.Uso de estatinas promove um agravamento da insuficiência cardíaca causando a disfunção diastólica.Treatment
    of elevated liver enzymes, rhabdomyolysis, and cancer: insights from large randomized statin trials. J Am Coll Cardiol. 2007 Jul 31;50(5):409-18. 4. Newman TB, Hulley SB. Carcinogenicity of lipidRead more
  8. photo Cardiologists on Big Pharma kickbacks release new statin drug guidelines in effort to double prescriptionsCardiologists on Big Pharma kickbacks release new statin drug guidelines in effort to double prescriptionsNews
    . In making these new recommendations, the two groups are acting as though there are no risks associated with statinuse, even though known side effects include blood sugar issues, stroke, rhabdomyolysisRead more
  9. photo Statin drugs wildly overprescribed for patients with kidney diseaseStatin drugs wildly overprescribed for patients with kidney diseaseNews
    or dysfuncton, tendon problems, dementia, amnesia, depression, chronic fatigue, diabetes, heart disease, hypertension, stroke, peripheral neuropathies (nerve damage) and even fatal rhabdomyolysis (muscleRead more

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Rhabdomyolysis

Disease

Rhabdomyolysis /ˌræbdɵmaɪˈɒlɨsɪs/ is a condition in which damaged skeletal muscle tissue (Greek: ραβδω rhabdo- striped μυς myo- muscle) breaks down (Greek: λύσις –lysis) rapidly. Breakdown products of damaged muscle cells are released into the bloodstream; some of these, such as the protein myoglobin, are harmful to the kidneys and may lead to kidney failure. The severity of the symptoms, which...More