TITLE

Œdème pulmonaire chez un jeune homme sportif

AUTHOR(S)
Regamey, J.; Méan, M.; Scherrer, U.
PUB. DATE
April 2010
SOURCE
Praxis (16618157);4/14/2010, Vol. 99 Issue 8, p497
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Case Study
ABSTRACT
This article reports the case of a 31 years old man who suffered from an acute pulmonary oedema after laryngospasma following extubation. This pathology, better known by anesthesiologists than internists, results primarly from a rapid rise in negative intrapleural pressure. It is not associated with previous cardio-pulmonary illness and has a begnin course with resolution within 48 hours with oxygen and positive end expiratory pressure support.
ACCESSION #
50229492

 

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