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Pulmonary Embolism: Diagnosis

by Carlo Raj, MD
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    The lecture Pulmonary Embolism: Diagnosis by Carlo Raj, MD is from the course Disorders of the pulmonary circulation and the respiratory regulation.


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    1. Refractory hypoxemia.
    2. Widened A-aO2 gradient.
    3. Pulse oximetry <90%.
    4. Elevated D-dimer.
    5. Rapid onset of hypotension.
    1. S1Q3T3
    2. S3Q1T1
    3. Widened QRS
    4. New onset delta wave
    5. Polymorphic p waves
    1. V/Q ratio > 0.8
    2. V/Q ratio = 0.8
    3. V/Q ratio = 0.5
    4. V/Q ratio < 0.5
    5. V/Q ratio < 0.7
    1. Spiral CT allows for identification of other lung pathologies.
    2. Spiral CT has higher resolution for lung pathology.
    3. Pulmonary angiography is cheaper than spiral CT.
    4. Pulmonary angiography requires less radiation exposure.
    5. Pulmonary angiography is less invasive.
    1. CT pulmonary angiography
    2. CXR
    3. VQ Scan
    4. Spiral CT without contrast
    5. Spiral CT with contrast

    Author of lecture Pulmonary Embolism: Diagnosis

     Carlo Raj, MD

    Carlo Raj, MD


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