Pulmonary Edema

The pulmonary edema is a result of an acute severe left heart failure with pulmonalvenöser hypertension and alveolar flooding. The clinical findings include severe dyspnea, sweating, wheezing and sometimes bloody tingiertes frothy sputum. The diagnosis is made clinically and by chest x-ray absorption. Treatment is with O2, i.v. Nitrates, diuretics, sometimes i.v. with morphine and short term positive inotropic substances, carried out with endotracheal intubation and mechanical ventilation. When the…

September 3, 2018