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1988: Christina Onassis, daughter of the Greek shipping magnate Aristotle, died from a pulmonary edema, aged just 37.
There was no evidence of bloat on abdominal radiographs, and thoracic radiographs showed diffuse pulmonary disease (acute respiratory distress syndrome/acute lung injury, pneumonia, noncardiogenic pulmonary edema were ruled out).
To confirm this finding, Kevin Thorneloe, a scientist at GlaxoSmithKline, did a parallel study in which he tested the drug in the lungs of rodents and dogs with pulmonary edema caused by heart failure and found the drug improved lung function and reduced leakage, consistent with the chip finding.
The white out could indicate the development of acute lung injury or acute respiratory distress syndrome but the elevated CVP along with the hypotension and increase hilar markings is highly indicative of cardiogenic pulmonary edema secondary to CHF.
Negative pressure pulmonary edema after acute airway obstruction.
Evaluation of transthoracic electrical impeclanoe in the diagnosis of pulmonary edema.
A common imperfection in the structure of the heart may worsen breathing difficulties in people who have sleep apnea and provoke a life-threatening condition called high-altitude pulmonary edema in mountaineers who ascend too quickly.
The clinical syndromes of HFRS and HPS can appear identical, with pulmonary edema, shock, and renal insufficiency with marked proteinuria and thrombocytopenia (9).