Pulmonary edema

What is Pulmonary edema?

Pulmonary edema is retention of fluid in lungs and this leads to reduced ventilation of lungs, resulting in decreased oxygen (hypoxemia).It can be diagnosed by cheat auscultation and X-ray.

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what is the priority nursing intervention of a patient with N-stemi who have signs of SOB, difficulty talking in full sentence and anxious after...

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I have been a diabetic for more then 30 years. I was on 1gram Metformin tds for a very long time. My HAB1c has been about 5.6 for quite sometime....

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Is it possible to detect pulmonary odema
in an x-Ray?

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Yes it is possible to detect Pulmonary edema on x ray.

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