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Deep venous thrombosis and pulmonary embolism --
prestige asthmaticus --
continual obstructive pulmonary affliction --
Smoke inhalation damage --
Hyperbaric drugs --
Pulmonary failure as a result of excessive altitude.
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25:786–794. Care 155:473–480. Blackwell, Oxford. 55–64. 295–302. 1 Cardiac function Cardiac performance is regulated by the integration of four major determinants: • preload: an estimate of ventricular enddiastolic volume, highly predictive of systolic function; • afterload: the degree of ventricular wall tension; • inotropy: the contractility of the ventricular muscle; • heart rate. Indexing cardiac output permits us to compare values between large and small patients. The terms generally referring to left ventricular preload include: left ventricular end diastolic blood volume (LVEDV), left ventricular enddiastolic pressure (LVEDP), left atrial pressure (LAP), pulmonary capillary wedge pressure/pulmonary artery wedge pressure (PAWP), or pulmonary artery occlusion pressure (PAOP).
Its prognostic significance depends on the degree of the dysfunction in both the right and left ventricles. • Mild LV dysfunction in patients who have myocardial infarctions may signify poor prognosis if chronic and lifethreatening arrhythmias develop. 3). With left ventricular failure present, right ventricular failure can develop from increased pulmonary vascular resistance. The net result is the full expression of CHF, and at this point the patient may benefit from more aggressive management in an ICU setting.
Churchill Livingstone, New York, pp. 83–92. 77–112. 158: 3–11. 1565–1583. 16–65. Care 42:1034–1042. 65–110. (1993) Airway pressure, flow and volume waveforms and long mechanisms during mechanical ventilation. 497–544. Am. 126: 166–170. 11–20. Physiol 19:713– 724. 71:620–629. 86:623–632. 25:786–794. Care 155:473–480. Blackwell, Oxford. 55–64. 295–302. 1 Cardiac function Cardiac performance is regulated by the integration of four major determinants: • preload: an estimate of ventricular enddiastolic volume, highly predictive of systolic function; • afterload: the degree of ventricular wall tension; • inotropy: the contractility of the ventricular muscle; • heart rate.