71%) developed of MACE, which consisted of three cases of heart failure, three cases of cardiac insufficiency, one case of cardiac asthma
, two cases of severe arrhythmia, two cases of myocardial infarction, no cardiac death.
In our case, post-TUR reabsorption syndrome and fluid overload or cardiac asthma
were causes that had to be considered as part of the differential diagnosis, but no clinical signs were observed of cardiac overload or ventricular failure, or crepitus or jugular engorgement, and the X-ray taken in the immediate postoperative period was similar to the preoperative radiograph, with no findings of heart failure or acute pulmonary oedema; also important is the fact that the clinical manifestations resolved before the administration of furosemide.
Long delayed the diagnosis of cardiac asthma
and resulted in his being treated for pulmonary disease.
And of the Italian trial in which fewer hospitalizations were seen with coenzyme Q10, they wrote, "this study also reported high rates of pulmonary edema and cardiac asthma
in these patients and used vague definitions.
We did exclude patients with the following diagnoses: specifically induced asthmatic syndromes (such as exercise-induced, seasonally associated, or cat-induced asthma), cardiac asthma
, asthma with associated pectus excavatum, "chest pain syndrome," "chest wall syndrome," pneumonia, pneumothorax, and pneumomediastinum.