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pleural effusions

the chest: pneumothorax, hemothorax, effusions, & empyema bradley j. phillips, m.d. burn-trauma-icu adults & pediatrics pneumothorax definitio

The Chest ptx .ppt

pediatric emergencies

& emergencies family matters when a child is ill or injured, you may have several patients, not just one. children mimic caregiver behavior be cal

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cardiogenic shock & post myocardial infarction complications

cardiogenic shock & post myocardial infarction complications dr imran ismail – pgy1 sun coast hospital september 7th, 2007 case presentation a 62

PostMIComplications.ppt

what is cardiopulmonary exercise testing (cpet)?

cardiopulmonary exercise testing antara mallampalli, m.d. objectives review the indications for and applications of comprehensive cardiopulmonary exer

CPET.ppt

congestive heart failure - georgetown university: web hosting

congestive heart failure michele ritter, m.d. argy – february, 2007 heart failure results from any structural or functional abnormality that impairs t

Shelly CHF.ppt

gold criteria - maine physician hospital organization - home

caring for patients with copd: guidelines for diagnosis and management m. elizabeth knauft, md ms september 20, 2007 gold diagnosis and classification

10BestyKnauftPresentationCOPDGoldStandards9.20.07.ppt

myocarditis & cardiomyopathy

myocarditis & cardiomyopathy amanda ryan, d.o. cardiology fellow february 14th, 2008 hypertrophic cm most frequent symptoms are dyspnea, chest pai

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cardiac cath and angiocardiography - el camino college

cardiac cath and angiocardiography spring 2012 * exercise hemodynamics for evaluation of valvular disease when fatigue and dyspnea are present simulta

Cardiac Cath SP 2012.ppt

pharmacology continued - yosemite community college district

common symptoms dyspnea cough sputum production hemoptysis chest pain fever ... the 2 phases of assessment interviewing the patient taking a history p

Physical Assessment 2003.ppt

dyspnea in a heart failure patient - dartmouth-hitchcock

mark greenberg, md magnitude of sudden cardiac arrest in the u.s. treatments to reduce sudden cardiac death correcting ischemia revascularization beta

Prevention of Sudden Cardiac Death.ppt

dyspnea

diabetes temple college ems professions glucose required as fuel for cellular metabolism brain’s need for glucose parallels its demand for oxygen insu

EmtDiabetes.ppt

exercise at high altitude

acute altitude sickness . w nausea, vomiting, dyspnea, insomnia . w appears 6 to 96 h after arrival at altitude . w may result from carbon dioxide acc

4900 altitude.ppt

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