pulmonary edema

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pulmonary edema

[′pu̇l·mə‚ner·ē i′dē·mə]
(medicine)
An effusion of fluid into the alveoli and interstitial spaces of the lungs.
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Another peculiarity of cats is that cardiogenic pulmonary edema can manifest itself in a variety of ways and at different locations on the thoracic radiograph (RUSH et al.
According to European society of cardiology patients with acute heart failure can be divided into six possible categories overlap between these profiles can occur (1) worsening of decompensate chronic heart failure (2) hypertensive acute heart failure syndrome (3) Cardiogenic pulmonary edema (4) Cardiogenic shock (5) isolated right heart failure (6) acute heart failure with acute coronary syndrome4-6.
The mechanism for the lymphadenopathy is not clear, but may be due to cardiogenic pulmonary edema causing distension of the pulmonary lymphatic vessels and pulmonary hypertension.
sup][1],[2],[3] Noninvasive ventilation as continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) or bilevel positive airway pressure (BiPAP) has been highly beneficial in improving cardiogenic pulmonary edema.
Heart size is normal, which is consistent with no cardiogenic pulmonary edema (3).
Chest sonography: a useful tool to differentiate acute cardiogenic pulmonary edema from acute respiratory distress syndrome.
The absence of cardiomegaly and pleural effusion radiographically distinguishes ARDS from cardiogenic pulmonary edema.
Cytarabine induced non cardiogenic pulmonary edema in a case of acute lymphoblastic leukemia, lnt J Lab Hem 2007;29: 482-3.
Randomized, prospective trial of oxygen, continuous positive airway pressure, and bilevel positive airway pressure by face mask in acute cardiogenic pulmonary edema.
Comparison of brain natriuretic peptide and probrain natriuretic peptide in the diagnosis of cardiogenic pulmonary edema in patients aged 65 and older.
Most often, the concentration of protein within the pulmonary interstitium exceeds 60% of the plasma protein value as compared to less than 45% in cardiogenic pulmonary edema (Hanley & Welsh, 2004).