INVASIVE PRESSURE MONITORING. AIM Information concerning cardio respiratory performance and the effects of therapy in critically ill patients. 1. Arterial Blood Pressure Monitoring 2 . Central Venous Pressure Monitoring 3. Pulmonary Artery Pressure MonitoringBy bernad
Principles and Management. Intravenous Lines. 1. Aims . To discuss Peripheral Venous Lines Indications Complications Planning Good Clinical Practice. 2. Aims (Cont). Central Venous Lines Indications Catheter choice Types Complications of insertion ProblemsBy kaycee
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Chapter 12. Arterial Puncture Procedures. Objectives. State the primary reason for performing arterial punctures and identify the personnel who may be required to perform them
Chapter 14: Arterial Puncture Procedures. Objectives. Define the key terms and abbreviations listed at the beginning of this chapter. State the primary reason for performing arterial punctures and identify the personnel who may be required to perform them.
Pneumothorax. Nicolas Downs. Main Points. What is Pneumothorax? Symptoms of Pneumothorax Treating a Sucking Chest Wound Tension Pneumothorax. Nemo-Whata ?. What is it? Collection of air in chest cavity Different air pressures in your chest Collapsed lung Symptoms
Pneumothorax. Tintinalli Chapter 71. Epidemiology. 20,000 spontaneous ptx every year Risk factors Male Smoker Trimodal peaks: neonates, 20-40 yrs, >40. Pathophysiology. Iatrogenic Trauma or diagnostic procedure Spontaneous Primary: 2/3 No known lung disease Secondary
Pneumothorax. MR 8/17/09 J.Chen. Chest Pain. Differential Diagnosis Musculoskeletal Cardiac Gastrointestinal Respiratory Psychogenic Miscellaneous. Musculoskeletal. Chest Wall Strain Costochondritis Direct Chest truama. Cardiac. Arryhthmia SVT PVC Coronary Artery Aneurysm
Pneumothorax. Abdallah aljazzazi. Text. Defined as air in the pleural space leading to partial or complete collapse of the lung and occurs spontaneously or secondary to chest trauma. pneumothorax.
PNEUMOTHORAX. ALOK SINHA Department of Medicine Manipal College of Medical Sciences Pokhara , Nepal. Defined as the presence of air in the pleural cavity. Negative intrapleural pressure: ~ 5mm. PNEUMOTHORAX. Spontaneous: 1. Primary spontaneous P. 2. Secondary spontaneous P.
Pneumothorax. … současné trendy v diagnostice a léčbě. Turnovský P., Šiller J., Motyčka V., Havlíček K. Chirurgická klinika KN Pardubice přednosta doc. MUDr. K. Havlíček, CSc. Ústav zdravotnických studií Univerzity Pardubice ředitel prof. MUDr. A. Pellant, DrSc. Definice.
Pneumothorax. -Pneumothorax is the presence of air within the pleural space -Due to disruption of parietal, visceral or mediastinal pleura -May also occur from spontaneous rupture of subpleural bleb -A tension pneumothorax occurs when pleura forms a one-way flap valve