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Definition refers to excess fluid in the lung, either in the interstitial spaces or in the alveoli
1-It impedes gas exchange Causes: Heart failure Circulatory overload Drug hypersensitivity Lung injuries CNS injuries Infections and fever Postcardioversion Opioid overdose
Cough and restless Dyspnea & orthopnea Frothy sputum Extreme anxiety Cyanosis Distended jagular veins Tachycardia Precordial pain (if from MI)
Chest X-ray. Echocardiography. Pulmonary artery wedge pressure Blood C/S. ABG studies. Cardiac markers (if suspected MI)
Oxygen therapy Morphine Vasodilator Diuretic therapy Contractility enhancement therapy
Dysrhythmias Respiratory failure
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