Post-extubation pulmonary edema after open cholecystectomy: significance of diastolic cardiac dysfunction.

@article{Sethi2011PostextubationPE,
  title={Post-extubation pulmonary edema after open cholecystectomy: significance of diastolic cardiac dysfunction.},
  author={Sameer Sethi and Virender Kumar Arya and Shelly Chauhan},
  journal={Annals of cardiac anaesthesia},
  year={2011},
  volume={14 2},
  pages={
          156-8
        }
}
  • Sameer Sethi, Virender Kumar Arya, Shelly Chauhan
  • Published in Annals of cardiac anaesthesia 2011
  • Medicine
  • Pulmonary edema after tracheal extubation due to diastolic cardiac dysfunction in anesthetized patients is not common to find in the literature. A considerable number of patients undergoing noncardiac surgery have diastolic cardiac function that may lead to diastolic heart failure (DHF), which can complicate their perioperative course. This form of failure occurs more commonly in patients with hypertensive or valvular heart disease, diabetes mellitus, myocardial ischemia, as well as in… CONTINUE READING

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