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hyperdynamic septic shock with midventricular gradient

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hyperdynamic septic shock with midventricular gradient
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Posted By: ohtusabes (1021 days ago)

Hi Jörg. Impressive!

Altough the area or volume seems
small (hipovolemia likely?) If you look carefully the EDVarea and
ESVarea are very different. I mean, a higher LVEDarea and very very
small LVESarea, a finding indicative of very low LV afterload!!! />
Best
Pablo

Posted By: diego (1128 days ago)

nice job man
in my icu setting ....it's a common finding
especially among septic patients
thanks for putting it up


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A about 50 y old patient was admitted to our ICU from another hospital with severe septic shock. It was known a HIV-infection for over 15 y. In TEE we had no indication of endocarditic vegetation, but we could see a hyperdynamic RV and LV with a midventrcular gradient of the LV (> 2 m/sec).


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