Pulmonologist

Pulmonary embolism is a condition in which blood clots block the pulmonary arteries in the right, left, or both lungs. Due to limited blood flow to the lungs, the level of oxygen in the blood decreases. In addition, the pressure on the right side of the heart increases, which damages living body organs such as the heart, liver, kidneys and brain. If blood clots are large or large, they can be fatal. Most of the time, blood clots first form in the veins of the leg, a condition called “deep vein thrombosis,” and gradually rise into the right heart and pulmonary arteries.

How is a pulmonary embolism diagnosed?

  • A chest x-ray is performed to prevent other common medical conditions such as pneumonia and pneumothorax.
  • An ECG was performed to demonstrate sinus tachycardia and evidence of acute corpulmonary or right cardiac tension.
  • The D dimer test was performed for acute pulmonary embolism.
  • CT of pulmonary angiography has become almost the gold standard in the diagnosis of pulmonary embolism.
  • Cardiac catheterization can show true pulmonary artery pressure. A ventilatory perfusion scan was performed to determine the size of the obstructions.

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