Pneumo-Ingurgitation Consequent To The Embolism Of A Peripherial Branch Of The Pulmonary Arteries
'Pneumo-Ingurgitation Consequent To The Embolism Of A Peripherial Branch Of The Pulmonary Arteries'
This is a complication which
comes after some surgical
artery irrigated by the obstructed
aterial branch becomes liable
to necrosis and hemorrhages.
The blood gets into the pulmonary
alveolus causing serious
disturbances to the affected patient.
Its precise location will depend
of the ingurgigated area.If the
breathing ways aren`t sterile there
will be infection on the necrosed
tissue of the lung. The ingurgitation
of the lungs happens mostly in
patients who are in the hospital.
The origin of the embolism may
be a neglected phlebitis,
other embolisms may appear ,
causting serious troubles.
Surgical processes constitute
the only effective treatment.