Clinical manifestation and diagnosis of pericardiocentesis, Biology

Clinical Manifestation

Occurs over an extended time period and mimic those of CHF and corpulmonale. Dyspnea on exertion, dependent odema, ascitis, fatigue, anorexia and weight loss, increased jugular venous pressure, pulsus paradoxus is uncommon.

Diagnosis

History, X-ray chest, Echocardiography, CT scan, MRI, ECG

Therapeutic Management

Treat the cause.

Surgical intervention-Pericardectomy

  1. Resection of the affected pericardium. 
  2. Nursing management is the same as for cardiac surgical patient.
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