haemoptysis


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coughing up blood from the respiratory tract

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The definition of massive haemoptysis varies widely in the literature from 200 mL to 1000 mL/24 hrs, [3,4] but the expectoration of > 600 mL in 24 hrs.
The pulmonary physician in critical care: illustrative case 7--assessment and management of massive haemoptysis.
While chest pain, or pain with breathing or coughing that persists for three or more weeks, coughing up bloody sputum from deep inside the lungs, unexplained weight loss, consistent low-grade fever, chills, haemoptysis, excessive night sweats, loss of appetite etc.
Corris, "The pulmonary physician in critical care * illustrative case 7: assessment and management of massive haemoptysis," Thorax, vol.
An 83-year-old woman was referred to the pneumonology department of our hospital due to increasing productive cough and haemoptysis.
A 40 year-old female referred from a local hospital, presented in emergency with complaints of shortness of breath at rest and haemoptysis for the previous five days.
Bronchial artery embolisation for the management of haemoptysis in patients with pulmonary tuberculosis.
A 39-year-old man, with a history of asthma and occasional use of bronchodilators, presented at 04:42 h to the emergency department complaining of sudden onset of cough with haemoptysis and fever.
Clinical features of acute PE include symptoms of sudden chest pain, haemoptysis, dyspnoea, anxiety and syncope.
The symptoms like fever, cough, expectoration, haemoptysis, fever, weight loss and anorexia are common to both tuberculosis (TB) and lung cancer and in India since TB is rampant it is not uncommon to find a lung cancer being treated a TB initially.
The research variables were breathlessness, fever, cough, chest pain, dependent edema, weight loss, haemoptysis and confusion and cause of pleural effusion.
5 - 2% of the population and may be detected incidentally, or in patients who present with bronchospasm, persistent cough, recurrent upper lobe infections and haemoptysis.
1] KS involving the lung presents as shortness of breath, fever, cough, chest pain and haemoptysis, or as an incidental finding on a CXR.
Table 1 Characteristics of the patients (n=986) with symptoms requiring computed tomography pulmonary angtography to exclude acute pulmonary embolism Patients with Variable PE (n=149) Age, y (SD) 62 (16) Male, number (%) 82 (55) Symptoms, number- (%) Chest pain 78 (52) Shortness of breath 69 (46) Hypotension 12 (8) Hypoxaemia 40 (27) Other reasons (calf swelling/pain, 65 (44) haemoptysis, + d-dimers) INR (SD) 1.
Mortality from lung FNABs generally are an early event with the main causes haemoptysis, pulmonary haemorrhage, pulmonary venous air embolism and large haemothorax.