pulmonary embolism. Causes, signs, risk factors, diagnosis and management of pulmonary embolism

pulmonary embolism. Causes, signs, risk factors, diagnosis and management of pulmonary embolism

pneumothorax assessment reveals decreased respiratory excursion on side affected; possible bulging of intercostals; tracheal deviation and/or mediastinum shift (tension - toward unaffected lung; others - toward affected lung); hyperresonance; decreased/absent breath sounds; abnormal ABGs, CXR, hypercapnia, hypoxemia

pneumothorax assessment reveals decreased respiratory excursion on side affected; possible bulging of intercostals; tracheal deviation and/or mediastinum shift (tension - toward unaffected lung; others - toward affected lung); hyperresonance; decreased/absent breath sounds; abnormal ABGs, CXR, hypercapnia, hypoxemia

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Left sided heart failure I always use this slide when I teach heart failure to my nurses, it helps a lot to understanding the differences.

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In cardiac physiology, preload is the end volumetric pressure that stretches the right or left ventricle of the heart.Afterload is the tension or stress developed in the wall of the left ventricle during ejection. In other words, it is the end load against which the heart contracts to eject blood.

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