Parkinson disease patient with wheezing manifestations: a case report

Mi-mi Zhou (Hangzhou Wenzhong Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine)
Si-yuan Jing (Hangzhou Wenzhong Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine)
Yue Chen (Department of Geriatrics,Hangzhou Wenzhong Hospital,Hangzhou 310000)


The dosing of anti-Parkinson drugs is considered as the optimal control of the symptoms of PD, and increasing the dose of drugs is a common method to treat the aggravate state of PD. However, this is a case of PD elderly patient who had nephritic syndrome, with an increase in the dose, the symptoms did not get improved,but a series of other adverse effects appeared.


Parkinson's disease;Anti-Parkinson drugs;Renal dysfunction;Overdose,wheeze

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