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46. PULMONARY PUSHING.
Etiology, Pathogenesis, Clinic, Diagnosis, Principles of Treatment.
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46. PULMONARY PUSHING.
- Pulmonary heart and pulmonary circulation disorders
ICD code: (126-128) 126 Pulmonary embolism 126.0 Pulmonary embolism with reference to acute pulmonary heart 126.9 Pulmonary embolism without mention of acute pulmonary heart 127 Other forms of pulmonary heart failure 127.0 Primary pulmonary hypertension 127.1 Kyphoscoliotic heart disease 127.8 Other specified forms of pulmonary heart failure 127.9
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- 52. LUNG HEART. ETHIOLOGY, PATHOGENESIS OF ACUTE AND SUBCUTANEOUS, CHRONIC PULMONARY HEART, CLINIC, DIAGNOSTIC, TREATMENT PRINCIPLES.
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- LESSON 12 Aseptic and antiseptic. Wounds: types of wounds, examination of the wounded, first aid. Suppuration of wounds. Acute and chronic surgical infection. Specific wound infection.
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- Pulmonary hypertension
580. REDUCE HYPERTENSION OF A SMALL CIRCULATION OF BLOOD CIRCULATION 1. HEPARIN 2. EUFILLIN 3. NITROGLYCERIN 4. PREDISOLON 5. NORADRENALIN 1) only 1.2,4 is true 2) only 2,3 is true 3) only 4 4 is true only 3 5) all 121 121 are true. FOR PULMONARY HYPERTENSION OF THE VENOUS TYPE IS NOT CHARACTERISTIC 1) pulmonary capillary pressure of 10 mm RT. Art. 2) cough, hemoptysis 3)
- Pulmonary Atresia
Typically, there is a lack of normal communication between the ventricles of the heart and the pulmonary artery. The literature data indicate significant variability of the defect among newborns - from 0.0065 to 0.02%. Among all CHD, the proportion of ALA ranges from 1.1 to 3.3%, increasing among critical CHD to 6.3%. This pathology is determined in two main versions: • atresia of the pulmonary artery with DMS; • atresia
- CHRONIC PULMONARY HEART
Chronic pulmonary heart refers to hypertrophy of the right ventricle against a background of a disease that affects the function or structure of the lungs, or both at the same time, except when these pulmonary changes are the result of damage to the left heart or congenital heart defects. More commonly associated with chronic bronchitis, emphysema, bronchial asthma, pulmonary fibrosis
- PULMONARY HEART
Alfred P. Fishman (Alfred P. Fishman) Under the pulmonary heart understand the increase in the right ventricle due to impaired lung function. However, impaired lung function does not always occur due to a disease of the lungs proper: in some cases, the cause is chest deformity or inhibition of the respiratory impulse from the respiratory center (Table 191-1). In those
- Pulmonary heart
PULMONARY HEART (LS) is a clinical syndrome caused by hypertrophy and / or dilatation of the right ventricle resulting from hypertension in the pulmonary circulation, which in turn develops due to disease of the bronchi and lungs, chest deformity, or damage to the pulmonary vessels. Classification. B.E. Votchal (1964) proposes to classify the pulmonary heart by 4
- PULMONARY HEART
Pulmonary heart is understood as a clinical syndrome caused by hypertrophy and (or) dilatation of the right ventricle resulting from hypertension in the pulmonary circulation, which in turn develops as a result of bronchial and pulmonary disease, chest deformity, or pulmonary vascular disease. The main clinical manifestations of the patient's complaints are determined by the main
- Hypoxic pulmonary vasoconstriction
Euler-Lillestrand mechanism: alveolar hypoventilation causes a reflex that narrows the corresponding part of the vascular system. As a result, blood from insufficiently ventilated areas is directed to better ventilated areas, as a result, the pressure in this part of the pulmonary circulation should inevitably increase, as a result of which pulmonary hypertension occurs, which, if prolonged,
- PRIMARY PULMONARY HYPERTENSION
John Ross, Jr. Primary (or idiopathic) pulmonary hypertension is an infrequent disease, the diagnosis of which is based on the exclusion of other known and more common causes of increased pressure in the pulmonary circulation. In most cases, primary pulmonary hypertension is diagnosed in women aged 20-40 years, which, however, does not exclude
- Pulmonary blood flow distribution
Pulmonary blood flow is as uneven as ventilation. Regardless of the position of the body, more blood enters the lower parts of the lungs than the higher parts. As a result of the action of gravity, a gradient of intravascular pressure is created, amounting to 1 cm of water. Art. for every centimeter of lung height. The pressure in the pulmonary circulation is low (Ch. 19), so gravity has
- Pulmonary capillaries
Pulmonary capillaries pass in the walls of the alveoli. The average diameter of the capillary (10 μm) almost corresponds to the diameter of the red blood cell. Each segment of the capillary network supplies more than one alveolus, so the blood washes several alveoli before it reaches the pulmonary vein. Due to the relatively low pressure in the small circle, blood flow through a separate segment depends on gravity and on the size of the alveoli.