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central venous pression

Fabio Belluzzi, Anna Ciocca, Lucia Grosso Di Palma, Mattia Cattaneo, Caterina Conti, Fabio Magrini
UNLABELLED: Inferior acute myocardial infarction (IAMI) is often associated with right ventricle involvement (RVAMI). Echocardiogram (Echo) shows the ischemic involvement of the right ventricle with an initial dilatation (RVD) and segmental cinetic abnormalities (RVSCS). During RVAMI the normal convexity of the interatrial septum (IAS) toward right atrium is inverted (IASI). 53 patients with IAMI were studied with ECG, echo and hemodinamic monitoring by a Swan-Ganz catheter. Echo was early performed and patients were subdivided into three groups: 1...
November 2011: Recenti Progressi in Medicina
V Joyeux
Central venous catheter for chronic hemodialysis can present primary or secondary dysfunctions. The first are related to malpositions or kinking, diagnosis is radiological. A postoperative chest radiography has to be done, but during the first session an initial evaluation of the catheter functioning is useful: a 'pressions test' (recording of arterial depression and venous counter-pression for progressively increasing blood flow) and recirculating test have to be performed. Later, clotting or thrombosis of catheter are often involved, detection and management are different according to the type of manifestations and to the moment of occurrence (when aspiration of residual heparin or when initiating dialysis)...
2001: N├ęphrologie
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