Acute pulmonary edema in pregnancy.

Abstract

Pulmonary edema is a secondary disease process characterized by an excess accumulation of fluid in the pulmonary interstitial and alveolar spaces, preventing adequate diffusion of both oxygen and carbon dioxide. The excess fluid accumulation interferes with maternal oxygenation and, if not identified and corrected, can lead to maternal and fetal hypoxemia… (More)

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