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Recovery After Asthma Attack
Pot problems: I've worked with several people who have wanted to moderate or stop their weed consumption. I found that it can induce anything from worried thoughts to a psychotic episode, and anything in between (i.e. Panic Attacks). Weed is short term for relaxation. For some people they feel a spike in their anxiety when they are no longer high. ...Read more
Yes: I think u mean symptoms. A ht atak occurs wen a partial block starts to hemorrhage and shuts down the artery completely.This -> the onset of severe persistent chest Sx.Some times the hemorrhagic block is partial and then complete and then partial again. If this occurs the Sx may wax & wane, a so called stuttering ht attack.Such waxing and waning Sx must not b ignored. Seek med help ASAP.Gd luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mother 58 years. Heart attack (ami) followed by ptca and cardiac arrest. Discharged 5 days earlier.Ef = 52%.Will she take full bed rest? Any risk ?
Not recommended.: Acute alcoholic pancreatitis is a very serious disease, which can even be fatal in many instances. The fact that you have recovered from your previous episode does not mean you are not at risk of developing it again, and a repeat episode could be worse. Although you might get away with it, the potential risks if you don't are so severe that I would recommend not drinking again. Good luck. ...Read more
Yes: However, this is less common when performed by an experienced surgeon. ...Read more
Having same symptoms 2 months after heart bypass surgery. jaw pain when walking at moderate pace?
Answer: You just underwent a significant cardiac surgery, and now at almost 2 months, you wish to use marijuana? Have you discussed this with your cardiologist or even personal doctor? My advice is to avoid any extraneous substances until your doctor gives blessing and provides a "green light". You absolutely should avoid until permission given. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Varies: An "attack" can last from a few hours to days, depending on how well and how soon it is treated. Inflammation and bronchoconstriction (narrowing of the airways) need to be addressed in an exacerbation - the former with systemic steroids and the latter with bronchodilators (ex. Albuterol). Often, bronchodilators may be enough. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Another or: Presumably you or your loved one are in an ICU at this point. What happens next depends on why the chest tube isn't working. Anotherr chest tube may be placed, the breathing tube may be moved so that only one lung is ventilated and a surgical repair attempted, etc. Your surgeon or your intensivist should tell your their plans. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Briefly: It is in evolution when that symptom comes along. Pallor, pain, diaphoresis, feel really bad! ...Read more
My father had a heart attack which reduce ejection fraction to 35%.There after CABG wasdone as required still he feels shortness of breath, tiredness.
CABG Does Not Repair: CABG does not repair the heart, only bypasses portions of epicardial arteries, may ? limitations of blood supply due to luminal (phenobarbital) artery ds & likely induces additional heart muscle damage that further decreases pump efficiency. Heart muscle which has died does not grow back, is replaced with scar tissue. Best treat factors driving artery ds & add acei + Coreg + exercise in effort to ? heart strength. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
After chest X-ray diagnosed acute bronchitis ant+inhaler given 3 days still out of breath , fever, normal? Pneumonia? No smoker or asthma.
See doctor: Angina would mean there is heart muscle which is still getting poor blood flow. This maybe from an area which can not be treated with a stent or surgery. But it could also be an area which can be treated. Only your cardiologist can help you figure that out. Go see him/her. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: Most pts have there asthma controlled and have infrequent episodes . These pts do well post op. The more brittle asthmatics may require more agressive pulmonary toilet post op. They may require IV steroids and breathing treatments . They may not tolerate the beta blockers that are used . Despite this even difficult asthmatic pts do well they may need a little longer recovery time ...Read more
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