A Student Drank 2 Gallons Coffee. This Is What Happened To His Kidneys.

Views: 262824 | Likes: 20807 | Dislikes: 189 | YouTube analytics
2 Gallons = 7.6 Liters
@Heme Review Podcast video ►
All Chubbyemu Medical Videos (Playlist) ►

Fb me:
IG me:
Tweet me:

Music by @Lifeformed ►
Music by T4N3 ►

Eating Gas Station Sushi ►
A Grandma Ate Cookie Dough ►

Some caffeine is OK. 1-2 cups of coffee can generally be ok. Unreasonably large amounts of caffeine NOT OK.

These cases are patients who I, or my colleagues have seen. They are de-identified and many instances have been presented in more depth in an academic setting. These videos are not individual medical advice and are for general educational purposes only. I do not give medical advice over the internet, see your own physician in person for that.

References:

[0] Hensher C, Vogel J. Insulin Euglycemic Therapy in the Treatment of Caffeine. Chest. 2020 May;157(5):e145-e149.

[1] A Case of Exercise-Induced Rhabdomyolysis Associated With A Weight Loss Dietary Supplement. Military Medicine, 172, 6:656, 2007.

[2] Yamada Y, et. al. The mode of action of caffeine on catecholamine release from perfused adrenal glands of cat. Br. J. Pharmacol. (1989), 98, 351-356.

[3] Effects of Caffeine on Plasma Renin Activity, Catecholamines and Blood Pressure. N Engl J Med 1978; 298:181-186.

[4] Caffeine resulting in severe rhabdomyolysis and acute renal failure. American Journal of Emergency Med 32 (2014) 111.e3-111.e4.

[5] Eteng, MU, et. al. Recent advanced in caffeine and theobromine toxicities: a review. Plant Foods for Human Nutrition 51: 231-243, 1997.

[6] Jabbar SB, et. al. Caffeine: A case report and review of literature. Am J Forensic Med Pathol. Vol 34, N4, Dec 2013.

[7] Bioh G. et. al. Survival of caffeine. BMJ Case Rep 2013. bcr-2012-007454.

source