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(Pulsus paradoxus)
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  • Pleth Variability Index to Assess Course of Illness in Children with Asthma. [Journal Article]
  • JEJ Emerg Med 2018; 55(2):179-184
  • Uong A, Brandwein A, … Gangadharan S
  • CONCLUSIONS: Our study did not demonstrate a correlation between PVI and clinical course for asthmatics. PVI may be more clinically relevant in sicker children. Furthermore, it is possible that continuous monitoring of PVI may demonstrate more unique trends in relation to asthma severity versus single values of PVI. Additional studies are necessary to help clarify the relationship between PVI and the clinical course of children with SA.
  • Pulsus paradoxus. [Review]
  • CRClin Respir J 2018; 12(8):2321-2331
  • Sarkar M, Bhardwaj R, … Dogra K
  • CONCLUSIONS: Legendary physician Sir William Osler truly said that "Medicine is learned by the bedside and not in the classroom." Bedside history taking and physical examination should be an integral component of clinical teaching curriculum imparted to medical students. Pulsus paradoxus is a valuable physical sign seen in many clinical conditions. Pulsus paradoxus is defined by an inspiratory fall in systolic blood pressure of greater than 10 mm Hg. Two prototype examples of pulsus paradoxus are cardiac tamponade and acute asthma. Exaggerated swings of intrapleural pressure, bi-ventricular interactions and increase afterload of the left ventricle are few of the pathophysiological mechanisms involved in the causation of pulsus paradoxus. The sensitivity of pulsus paradoxus in the diagnosis of cardiac tamponade is very high. In acute asthma, it also correlates with the severity of airflow obstruction.
  • StatPearls [BOOK]
  • BOOKStatPearls Publishing: Treasure Island (FL)
  • Van Dam Matthew N. MN San Antonio Military Medical Center Fitzgerald Brian M. BM Brooke Army Medical Center
  • Pulsus paradoxus refers to an exaggerated fall in a patient’s blood pressure during inspiration by greater than 10 mm Hg. Pulsus paradoxus results from alterations in the mechanical forces imposed on...
  • Cough as the sole manifestation of pericardial effusion. [Case Reports]
  • BCBMJ Case Rep 2018 Feb 05; 2018
  • Fong HK, Abdullah O, Gautam S
  • A 59-year-old woman with paroxysmal atrial fibrillation (AF) presented with severe non-productive cough, malaise, low-grade fever and AF flare-up 3 weeks following pulmonary vein isolation with radio...
  • Tamponade: Hemodynamic and Echocardiographic Diagnosis. [Review]
  • ChestChest 2018; 153(5):1266-1275
  • Kearns MJ, Walley KR
  • Cardiac tamponade is a medical emergency that can be readily reversed with timely recognition and appropriate intervention. The clinical diagnosis of cardiac tamponade requires synthesis of a constel...
  • Pericarditis. [Journal Article]
  • AFAust Fam Physician 2017; 46(11):810-814
  • Rahman A, Saraswat A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Characteristic clinical findings in pericarditis include pleuritic chest pain and pericardial friction rub on auscultation of the left lower sternal border. Electrocardiography may reveal diffuse PR-segment depressions and diffuse ST-segment elevations with upward concavity. The most common aetiologies of pericarditis are idiopathic and viral, and the most common treatment for these are nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and colchicine. The complications of pericarditis include pericardial effusion, tamponade and myopericarditis. The presence of effusion, constriction or tamponade can be confirmed on echocardiography. Tamponade is potentially life-threatening and is diagnosed by the clinical findings of decreased blood pressure, elevated jugular venous pressure, muffled heart sounds on auscultation and pulsus paradoxus.
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