Pulmonary Oedema 2/2 - Clinical Aspects

This second part of a two part tutrial covers the diagnosis and treatment of pulmonary oedema. This can be watched in isolation or in conjunction with the first part which covers the physiology.

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Zoe Coppin
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Nurse
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Posted almost 6 years ago
Very informative & well presented. Thank you.
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Martin Weller
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Core / Specialist / Gp Trainee
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Posted almost 8 years ago
Hi Emma, Well spotted, I do mean haemoptysis! However, you might get haematemesis in a patient with chronic liver diease who has an upper GI bleed and as mentioned in the previous slide, chronic liver diease (and a decrease in protein content) can l
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Emma Fan
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Medical Student - Warwick
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Posted almost 8 years ago
Do you mean haemoptysis in signs and symptoms or haematemesis? Very helpful presentation, thank you.
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Dr Kannuvellil E Rajan
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Posted almost 8 years ago
An excellent presentation for the medical student to grasp the basics of diagnosis and management of an everyday medical emergency. Well done! (A suggestion: Bold letters in the boxes would make better impact on projection to a large class).
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