Iatrogenic pulmonary artery rupture.

@article{Bussires2007IatrogenicPA,
  title={Iatrogenic pulmonary artery rupture.},
  author={Jean S Bussi{\`e}res},
  journal={Current opinion in anaesthesiology},
  year={2007},
  volume={20 1},
  pages={48-52}
}
PURPOSE OF REVIEW Pulmonary artery rupture is probably the most devastating complication associated with the use of the pulmonary artery catheter. This rare but disastrous situation requires a clear intervention plan. RECENT FINDINGS The initial presentation of pulmonary artery ruptures may be as obvious as a massive pulmonary hemorrhage or as subtle as a cough associated with minimal hemoptysis, or it may even be totally asymptomatic. A patient presenting any clinical manifestation of… CONTINUE READING

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The initial presentation of pulmonary artery ruptures may be as obvious as a massive pulmonary hemorrhage or as subtle as a cough associated with minimal hemoptysis , or it may even be totally asymptomatic .
The initial presentation of pulmonary artery ruptures may be as obvious as a massive pulmonary hemorrhage or as subtle as a cough associated with minimal hemoptysis , or it may even be totally asymptomatic .
The initial presentation of pulmonary artery ruptures may be as obvious as a massive pulmonary hemorrhage or as subtle as a cough associated with minimal hemoptysis , or it may even be totally asymptomatic .
The initial presentation of pulmonary artery ruptures may be as obvious as a massive pulmonary hemorrhage or as subtle as a cough associated with minimal hemoptysis , or it may even be totally asymptomatic .
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