Sample Type / Medical Specialty: Cardiovascular / Pulmonary
Field of medicine related to heart, blood vessels and blood circulation system and conditions that affect the lungs such as asthma, bronchitis, or chronic lung diseases.
ER Report - COPD
Patient in ER complaining of shortness of breath (COPD)
Esophagogastrectomy, Jejunostomy, & Chest Tubes
Ivor-Lewis esophagogastrectomy, feeding jejunostomy, placement of two right-sided 28 French chest tubes, and right thoracotomy.
Exercise Myocardial Perfusion Study
Exercise myocardial perfusion study. The exercise myocardial perfusion study shows possibility of mild ischemia in the inferolateral wall and normal LV systolic function with LV ejection fraction of 59%
Exercise Stress Test
Exercise stress test with nuclear scan for chest pain. Chest pain resolved after termination of exercise. Good exercise duration, tolerance and double product. Normal nuclear myocardial perfusion scan.
Exercise Stress Test - 1
A 44-year-old woman with a history of rheumatoid arthritis admitted to the hospital with chest pain. MI has been ruled out. She has been referred for an exercise echocardiogram.
Exercise Stress Test - 2
Reduced exercise capacity for age, no chest pain with exercise, no significant ST segment changes with exercise, symptoms of left anterior chest pain were not provoked with exercise, and hypertensive response noted with exercise.
Exercise Stress Test - 3
No chest pain with exercise and no significant ECG changes with exercise. Poor exercise capacity 6 weeks following an aortic valve replacement and single-vessel bypass procedure.
Exercise Stress Test - 4
Chest pain. Achieved optimum METs for the exercise done and this is a normal exercise treadmill stress test.
Femoral Artery Cannulation & Aortogram
Right common femoral artery cannulation, cnscious sedation using IV Versed and IV fentanyl, retrograde bilateral coronary angiography, abdominal aortogram with pelvic runoff, left external iliac angiogram with runoff to the patient's left foot, left external iliac angiogram with runoff to the patient's right leg, right common femoral artery angiogram runoff to the patient's right leg.
Diagnostic fiberoptic bronchoscopy with biopsies and bronchoalveolar lavage. Bilateral upper lobe cavitary lung masses. Airway changes including narrowing of upper lobe segmental bronchi, apical and posterior on the right, and anterior on the left. There are also changes of inflammation throughout.