chronic kidney disease patient came with brea difficulty; interpret cxr ; what intervention planned here to treat this breathlessness

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Cardiomegaly with pulmonary edema. Start giving diuretics. Do an echo. If not improved then plan for HD especially if decompensated failure, severe metabolic acidosis, pericardial effusion. If tamponade then pericardiocentesis.

Acute Pulmonary Edema Rx. Immediate PPV/O2/Diuretics/ Monitor Bp/spo2/UOP/fluid restriction HD cycles likely after stabilisation

With CCF Cardiomegaly
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Cardiomegaly with bilateral pleural effusion with fibrocalcified both lung CRF with CCF heart failure rft lft thyroid dialysis 2 decho hrct expiratory films

Cardiomegaly.rt ijv hd insitu.fluid restriction.if non oligouric no bp stable.diuretic infusion.niv.rule out ACS.if oligouric then sled or hd with uf 1-2 liter

Cardiomegaly with increased pulmonary vascular marking.

The patient is a case of CRF Must be on diuretics and other drugs This exhacerbated breathlessness is due to pericardial effusion Pericardial fluid aspiration is the priority then go for other measures to correct CRF

Cardiomyopathy dilated volume overload or pericardial effusion do echo

Diuretics. Nitrates to treat CHF Anemia if there is to be treated

Ureamic pericarditis dialyse the pt

CARDIOMEGALY BILATERAL PL EFFUSION PULM EDEMA

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