Arterial Gas Embolism

(Air embolism) An arterial gas embolism is an incident with potentially catastrophic consequences, which then occurs when air bubbles enter into the arterial vascular system or form there and clog the blood flow, thereby causing Organischämien. An arterial gas embolism can cause central nervous system damage leading to rapid loss of consciousness, other CNS symptoms or cause both; it can also affect other organs. The diagnosis is clinical and can…

September 3, 2018