By Christian F. Camm
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If hypoxic and hypercapnic – type 2 respiratory failure c. If acidotic, raised PaCO2 indicates respiratory cause. If an alkalosis exists secondary to a respiratory cause, expect to see a low PaCO2 . 8 Graphical representation of restrictive and obstructive pulmonary function test results. 9 ECG of a patient with a pulmonary embolism showing the classic S1,Q3,T3 pattern. 4 Blood tests in patients with shortness of breath Test Justification Potential result FBC High or low white cell count is a marker of infection Raised WCC: pneumonia, infective exacerbation of COPD, or an infection precipitating DKA CRP and ESR Inflammatory markers, to help diagnose infections and to track their course These will be raised in infections.
C. Are there any cardiac risk factors? 1. d. Is the pain relieved by glyceryl trinitrate (GTN) spray/sublingual nitrate tablets? GTN increases blood concentrations of nitric oxide, resulting in systemic vasodilation decreasing strain on the heart. Common diagnosis 2 Diagnosis: Pericarditis Questions a. Is the pain relieved by sitting up and leaning forward, and exacerbated by inspiration, lying flat and coughing? Pericardial pain differs from pleuritic pain by being both central and positional (worse lying down and better leaning forward).
Is the pain tearing, central and extremely severe? Interscapular when involving the descending aorta, anterior when involving the ascending aorta. b. Does the pain radiate through to the back? The pain may also radiate to the abdomen; these sites help distinguish dissection from ACS. c. Sudden onset? The pain occurs very suddenly, as the layers of the aorta are rapidly forced apart. Approach to Presenting Complaints 15 d. Was there associated collapse? This implies large rupture and subsequent haemodynamic instability.