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Finally, this table was developed specifically for the treatment of arterial gas embolism.
A history of cerebral arterial gas embolism research: key publications.
Treatment of decompression sickness, Arterial gas embolism, and other medical applications.
Open chamber cardiac surgery: a clinical injury model for arterial gas embolism.
Any arterial gas embolism case (even if spontaneous improvement has occurred-relapse is common).
Symptoms of arterial gas embolism may be present but masked by environmental effects such as hypothermia, or pain from other obvious causes.
Refer to the main article arterial gas embolism for the mechanism of injury behind AGE.
The pathophysiology of cerebral arterial gas embolism.
Arterial gas embolism (AGE), which is gas bubbles in the bloodstream.
Arterial gas embolism by helium: an unusual case successfully treated with hyperbaric oxygen and lidocaine.
Possible consequences of rupture of the blood-air barrier include arterial gas embolism and hemoptysis.
The risk includes pneumothorax, arterial gas embolism, and mediastinal and subcutanous emphysemas.
HBO is the primary treatment for carbon monoxide poisoning, arterial gas embolism and decompression sickness.
Arterial gas embolism: Air or other breathing gas in the blood stream, causing blockage of small blood vessels.
Symptoms of decompression sickness may be very similar to, and confused with, symptoms of arterial gas embolism, however, treatment is basically the same.
Arterial Gas Embolism (AGE) occurs on the arterial side.
The most serious injury is lung barotraumas, which can result in pneumothorax, pneumomediastinum, pneumopericardium, subcutaneous emphysema, and arterial gas embolism.
If an arterial gas embolism resulting from patent foramen ovale is suspected, an exam by echocardiography may be performed to diagnose the defect.
Arterial Gas Embolism (AGE)
This separated the symptoms of Arterial Gas Embolism (AGE) from those of decompression sickness.
The gas may then enter the arterial circulation producing arterial gas embolism (AGE), with effects similar to severe decompression sickness.
If a diver surfaces unconscious because of an oxygen convulsion or to avoid drowning, the diver must be treated as if suffering from arterial gas embolism.
Treatment for the Decompression Sickness and the Arterial Gas Embolism components of DCI may differ significantly.
Below is a summary comparison of the signs and symptoms of DCI arising from its two components: Decompression Sickness and Arterial Gas Embolism.
DCS is a subset of Decompression illness (DCI) which includes both DCS and Arterial gas embolism (AGE).
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