- Class I - no evidence of heart failure
- Class II - findings consistent with mild to moderate heart failure
- Class III - overt pulmonary edema
- Class IV - Cardiogenic shock
Posted 09/21/16 10:15:21 AM by Anna Krigel
- Chamber collapse
- Diastolic RA collapse
- Diastolic RV collapse
- LA/LV compression
- Respiratory variation in volume and flows
- IVC plethora
Posted 09/21/16 10:20:54 AM by Anna Krigel
Mechanical complications of Acute MI
- LV free wall rupture - typically within 5 days of MI
- Interventricular septum rupture - typically 3-5 days after MI
- Acute mitral regurgitation - from papillary muscle dysfunction, LV dilatation or aneurysm, or chordal rupture
Posted 09/21/16 11:02:51 AM by Anna Krigel
Posted 09/21/16 11:08:01 AM by Anna Krigel
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