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Dogs Lungs Filled With Fluid
The condition you described is due to congestive heart failure, which is due to decreased the efficacy of heart a pumping device which causes fluid to back flow to lung.
Then treatment is to support heart such as using acei, and beta blockers at some point. Meanwhile we can decrease the heart's load by using diuretics and get rid of extra fluid from the system. Also will restrict fluid and salt. ...Read more
Deoxygenated blood enters the lungs from the right side of the heart and travels to the lungs. When you inspire, oxygen flows into the lungs, transverses the capilliares and attaches to hemoglobin down a gradient. At the same time, co2 diffuses into the capilaries and is expelled with exhalation. Oxygen rich blood then flows to the left side of the heart and into the ...Read more
Is there any diagnosis on cardiomegaly and lungs filled with fluid? My mother died because of it..
If a has 2 heart attacks before a year & now cardiomegaly & lungs filled with fluid means symptoms of conngestive heart failure. Will he survive?
It depends: Heart attacks can lead to congestive heart failure because of a loss of heart muscle. This can result in a decrease in the squeezing function of the heart. This is turn can lead to fluid building up in the lungs causing shortness of breath. Heart failure can be treated with appropriate medications and diet restrictions. Your cardiologist would be in a better position to give you an assessment. ...Read more
Are a 17 year olds lungs damaged if they were filled with fluid for 4 months left untreated. We didn't know she had asthma until a dr visit?
Filled with fluid?: asthma is an inflammatory issue - but if she has never been told asthmatic unusual to diagnose at one visit. Why do you think they were filled with fluid for 4 mo? Cough alone can be from reflux, post-nasal drip, virus, allergies, pneumonia, cardiac reasons - and asthma - and many other reasons. So why the question about fluid for 4 mo? Did someone say she had fluid? ...Read more
My mother was suffering from dengue. Her platelates had come upto 5000. She had cardiomegaly and vascular congestion. Her lungs were filled with fluid?
Red itchy fluid filled blisters on hairline, face, arms, chest, neck, and stomache. What are these?
Can prolonged recreational use of Adderall, (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine) sometimes staying up for days, cause small fluid filled blisters to form on chest and hands randomly?
No: Unlikely, but watch out this is a dangerous drug can cause serious problems, misuse can cause sudden death ...Read more
If you tested positive on TB skin test when I was pregnant over 25 yrs ago would that cause fluid filled nodule and or enlarged lymphnodes n chest? I was told at the time I will always show positive and all crags have come bk normal until CT scan about 8
Inflammation: Inflammation or reaction to a foreign body like a bacteria such as infectio fluid in the lungs are also some disease states that cause your body to attack its own tissue and I can closterwood in the longs also remember that all these connect organs are connected in some way to each other in the chest so if the heart fails fluking back up into the lungs and vice versa is more competine you realize but it's a good question. ...Read more
A number of things: When fluid accumulates in the spaces around the lungs (pleural spaces), this is called a pleural effusion. There are a number of causes for pleural effusions. One cause is heart failure. When the heart does not work well, its pumping action is decreased and fluid can back up into the lungs and the spaces around the lungs. Another cause might be inflammation of the lungs (as with pneumonia). ...Read more
Why is there fluid?: The choice of therapy depends on accurate diagnosis. Plus, some therapies provide short term relief and others change the underlying physiologic processes. For one of the most common causes of fluid in the lungs, congestive heart "failure", medications called diuretics are prescribed. When your doc chooses which diuretic to use, it depends upon many other factors including heart & kidney function. ...Read more
About 4 cups...:
1000 cc of fluid is the same as 1000 ml. If you convert ml to us cups (like a measuring cup used in the kitchen for cooking), then this volume of fluid is a little more than 4 cups. It's about the same as a quart of milk one could buy in a supermarket.
Hope that this helps. ...Read more
Pulmonary edema.: Pulmonary edema is a condition caused by excess fluid in the lungs. Fluid collects in the tiny air sacs (alveoli), making it difficult to breathe. The causes of lung edema are often broken into heart conditions and non heart related. If the heart doesn't pump well, then fluid can back up / build up in the lungs. Some non-cardiac causes are: pneumonia, kidney disease, ; high altitude sickness. ...Read more
It takes a lot: To keep food or water from going into the lungs, it takes a lot of coordination between several muscles working in sequence. That's because the food crosses over the windpipe to get to the food pipe. Anything that interferes with that will cause a mishap. Normally we see that after a stroke. In your age group it most likely happens due to distraction. ...Read more
Constant cough: There are many reasons for chronic or constant coughing. The most common reasons are asthma, post nasal drip from allergies or sinus infections and ge (acid) reflux. Pulmonary edema (fluid in the lungs) is another cause typically related to heart issues and can lead to cough, shortness of breath and even wheezing. A pulmonologist can help. ...Read more
Fluid around lungs: Fluid around lungs has many causes. It can be exudate (thick i.E pus from infection, malignancy etc) or transudative (heart failure). It may be treated based on the problem found by sampling (thoracentesis). Labs on the fluid help the clinician determine the etiology. For recurring pleural fluid, sometime pleuradesis is necessary to hep prevent recurrance. Need diagnosis for proper resolution. ...Read more
See a doctor: Have someone listen to your heart and lungs to see if there are irregular heart rhythms or fluid in the lungs. Based on exam, more studies can be done from what is found. ...Read more
We hear wet crackles when we examine the lungs with a stethoscope. Breath sounds may be diminished f there is fluid around the lungs.
If you are asking about your symptoms, it may feel that you are congested, coughing, or short of breath. Leg swelling often accompanies fluid on the lungs. ...Read more
If it is the cause: Cardioversion is done for irregular heart beat that will form the lots in heat their dislocation will cause severe complications, irregular heart beat also make the heart inefficient pump then fluid may accumulating in the lung speak to your doctor who knows the reason. ...Read more
It can, yes: Some people with bulimia purge with ipecac. Chronic use of this can lead to heart failure and death. Http://tinyurl. Com/mnqghoc symptoms would include "fluid on the lungs." additionally, ongoing vomiting causes loss of electrolytes, which also affects heart rhythm and function. When it's failing, people can easily have "fluid on the lungs." please get medical help if you have bulimia. ...Read more
Thoracentesis: Is one way to remove accumulated fluid from inside the pleural cavity surrounding the lungs. Local anesthesia, injected painlessly on the skin surface, is required to assure comfort during the procedure. If you are referring to fluid accumulation inside the lungs, as happens in heart failure, then drugs given systemically can "mobilize" fluid to be eliminated by the kidneys.. ...Read more
Several causes: Fluid in lungs can be due to several causes & it should be investigated by your doctor to determine appropriate therapy. Because the retained fluid in your lungs makes your lungs relatively stiff & makes it harder for oxygen to enter your body, it will lead to problems with breathing as the body tries to make up for this by breathing faster. Please consult a lung specialist for treatment. ...Read more
You don't: Please, please, please you need to be managed closely buy a doctor who knows you and who knows OHSS, the internet (and symptoms) cannot help you mange this problem. An x-ray of the chest is the necessary test, but your doctor decides with you whether it is needed or not. ...Read more