Embolie Pulmonaire

Pulmonary Embolism (PE)

CLINICAL SIGNS: * Difficult diagnosis because signs are not very sensitive and not very specific. * acute dyspnea of polypnea type (70%), cough (40%). * chest ...
Embolie pulmonaire

Pulmonary Embolism

Warning: • Diagnosis evoked by context and promoting the clinic. • Any suspected pulmonary embolism (PE) requires a transfer to hospital for confirmation and initiation of anticoagulation. • ...
Intubation

Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome

– He set any condition is clinically characterized by acute respiratory distress, radiologically by bilateral alveolar opacities and severe hypoxemia refractory to oxygen enrichment ...
Douleurs thoraciques

Chest pain

A few figures help to understand the problem that occurs most often in an emergency context: – Chest pain represents about 5% of the chief complaints in the emergency services; – ...
Syndrome des Loges

Complicated fractures

1- Fat embolism: A- General: – Observed especially in case of fracture of the femoral shaft (> 2/3 of the causes of fat embolism) – More frequently observed in case of ...
Purpura

Purpura

DIAGNOSTIC : Purpura is a red spot is not erasing the vitropression. It is due to the extravasation of red blood cells in the dermis. The diagnosis is obvious. The diagnosis is crucial. ...
Thrombose veineuse profonde

Venous thromboembolic disease and pregnancy

1- Summary: Pregnancy is a physiological condition favoring the occurrence of venous thrombosis, and sometimes unmasking coagulopathy. Due to the presence of the fetus, suspicion of ...

Hemoptysis

* Pulmonary causes: proximal bronchial cancer (squamous cell carcinoma); pulmonary tuberculosis (PTB ongoing or bronchiectasis sequelae); DDB (recurrent hemoptysis) bronchial infections ...
Mécanisme de l'embolie pulmonaire

Pulmonary Embolism

* The respiratory impact is complex, often resulting to hypoxia without carbon dioxide retention. Both there is a dead space effect (broken not perfused areas) and increased physiological ...
Livedo réticulé

Livedos

DIAGNOSIS: The clinical appearance of livedos is the purple mesh on the skin. Livedo corresponds to a blood stasis in the superficial venous plexus of the dermis. The diagnosis of livedo ...
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