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Pulmonary Edema: Underlying Cause

by Sharon Bord, MD
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    The lecture Pulmonary Edema: Underlying Cause by Sharon Bord, MD is from the course Respiratory Emergencies.


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    1. Intake of diuretic medications
    2. Excessive sodium intake
    3. Non-compliance with heart medications
    4. Increased fluid intake
    5. Decreased ejection fraction
    1. Patients will always admit on first questioning that they are not compliant with medication
    2. Worsening of heart failure means a further decrease in ejection fraction
    3. Asking specific questions regarding the patient’s diet will give you an idea if he is taking too much salt
    4. Patients usually have heart failure exacerbations during holiday season
    5. Patients who present with acute pulmonary edema and decompensated heart failure will be experiencing severe dyspnea

    Author of lecture Pulmonary Edema: Underlying Cause

     Sharon Bord, MD

    Sharon Bord, MD


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