Chronic PEs (Primary Pulmonary Hypertension)

by Jeremy Brown, PhD

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    The lecture Chronic PEs (Primary Pulmonary Hypertension) by Jeremy Brown, PhD is from the course Pulmonary Vascular Disease.

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    1. Pneumonia.
    2. COPD.
    3. Multiple small pulmonary emboli.
    4. Mitral valve disease.
    1. Mid diastolic murmur.
    2. Parasternal heave.
    3. Raised JVP.
    4. Loud pulmonary component of the 2nd heart sound over the pulmonary area.
    5. Right ventricular 3rd and 4th heart sound.
    1. Pansystolic murmur on the left sternal edge and V waves in JVP.
    2. Mid diastolic murmur.
    3. Loud first heart sound and opening snap near the second heart sound.
    4. Midsystolic ejection murmur.
    5. Paradoxical split P2.
    1. Idiopathic.
    2. Due to sickle cell disease.
    3. Due to pulmonary emboli.
    4. Due to COPD.
    5. Due to right heart failure.
    1. ECHO cardiography.
    2. Ventilation and perfusion scan.
    3. Chest X-ray.
    4. ECG
    5. CT pulmonary angiography.

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     Jeremy Brown, PhD

    Jeremy Brown, PhD

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