Journal of Cardiovascular Emergencies Case Reports: Case Reports in Cardiovascular Emergencies Journal Publishes most common causes of Cardiovascular Emergencies, including Case Reports in Cardiovascular Emergencies, Clinical Images of Cardiovascular Emergencies, Case Reports in Acute Coronary Syndromes, Case Reports of Acute Heart Failure, Case Reports of Acute Aortic Diseases, Case Reports in Pulmonary Embolism, Clinical Images of Peripheral Arterial Diseases, Clinical image of Cardiac Arrhythmia, Case Reports of Emergency Medicine, Case Reports in Cardiopulmonary Arrest, Bradycardia Case Reports, Clinical Images of Bradycardia, Case Reports of Aortic Dissection, Case Reports of Acute Pulmonary Edema, Clinical Images of Thromboembolic, Case Reports of Cardiac Emergencies, Case Reports in Arrhythmia, Case Reports in Cardiogenic Shock, Clinical Image of Diuretics, Case Reports of Heart failure, Case Reports of Hypertensive Emergency, Case Reports in Inotropes, Case Reports of Vasopressors, Case Reports of Pericarditis, Case Reports in Pericardial Effusion and Case Reports in Cardiac Tamponade.
Journal of Cardiovascular Emergencies Case Reports focuses on the topics under Cardiovascular Emergencies that includes: Acute Coronary Syndromes, Acute Heart Failure, Acute Aortic Diseases, Pulmonary Embolism, Peripheral Arterial Diseases, Cardiac Arrhythmia, Emergency Medicine, Cardiopulmonary Arrest, Bradycardia, Aortic Dissection, Acute Pulmonary Edema, Thromboembolic, Cardiac Emergencies, Cardiogenic Shock, Hypertensive Emergency, Inotropes, Vasopressors, Pericarditis, Pericardial Effusion, Cardiac Tamponade, etc.
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Journal of Acute Coronary Syndromes
Case Reports in Acute Coronary Syndromes Journal is caused by plaque rupture or clot formation in the heart's arteries. Symptoms may include heart attack-like chest pressure, chest pressure while resting or doing light activity or sudden heart stoppage. Treatment may include medication, such as blood thinners, clot busters or beta blockers. Surgery may be required.
Journal of Acute Heart Failure
Case Reports in Acute Heart Failure Journal is a sudden, life-threatening condition in which the heart is unable to do its job. The heart is still beating, but it cannot deliver enough oxygen to meet the body’s needs. This condition requires emergency medical care.
Journal of Acute Aortic Diseases
Case Reports in Acute Aortic Diseases Journal is the modern term that includes aortic dissection, intramural hematoma (IMH), and symptomatic aortic ulcer. In the classic sense, acute aortic dissection requires a tear in the aortic intima that commonly is preceded by medial wall degeneration or cystic media necrosis. Blood passes through the tear separating the intima from the media or adventitia, creating a false lumen.
Journal of Pulmonary Embolism
Case Reports in Pulmonary Embolism Journal is Most times, a pulmonary embolism is caused by blood clots that travel from the legs, or rarely, Symptoms include shortness of breath, chest pain and cough. Prompt treatment to break up the clot greatly reduces the risk of death. This can be done with blood thinners and drugs or procedures. Compression stockings and physical activity can help prevent clots from forming in the first place.
Journal of Peripheral Arterial Diseases
Case Reports in Peripheral Arterial Diseases Journal is Peripheral vascular disease is a sign of fatty deposits and calcium building up in the walls of the arteries (atherosclerosis). Risk factors include ageing, diabetes and smoking. Tobacco cessation, exercise and a healthy diet are often successful treatments.
Journal of Cardiac Arrhythmia
Case Reports in Cardiac Arrhythmia Journal is occurs when electrical impulses in the heart don't work properly.
There may be no symptoms. Alternatively, symptoms may include a fluttering in the chest, chest pain, fainting or dizziness. Treatment includes anti-arrhythmic drugs, medical procedures, implantable devices and surgery.
Journal of Emergency Medicine
Case Reports in Emergency Medicine Journal is the medical speciality concerned with the care of illnesses or injuries requiring immediate medical attention. Emergency physicians continuously learn to care for unscheduled and undifferentiated patients of all ages.
Journal of Cardiopulmonary Arrest
Case Reports in Cardiopulmonary Arrest Journal is The usual cause of sudden cardiac arrest is an abnormal heart rhythm (arrhythmia), which happens when your heart's electrical system isn't working correctly. The heart's electrical system controls the rate and rhythm of your heartbeat.
Case Reports in Bradycardia Journal
Journal of Bradycardia Case Reports is a condition where your heart beats more slowly than expected, under 60 beats per minute. For many people, it doesn’t cause symptoms and isn’t a problem, especially when it happens because you’re in very good physical shape.
Case Reports in Aortic Dissection Journal
Journal of Aortic Dissection Case Reports is a medical emergency in which the inner layer of the large blood vessel branching off the heart (aorta) tears. It's most common in men in their 60s and 70s. Symptoms include sudden, severe chest or upper back pain that radiates to the neck or down the back, loss of consciousness and shortness of breath. Treatment may include surgery and medication, such as beta blockers.
Journal of Acute Pulmonary Edema
Case Reports in Acute Pulmonary Edema Journal is develops suddenly is a medical emergency that needs immediate care. Pulmonary edema can sometimes cause death. Prompt treatment might help. Treatment for pulmonary edema depends on the cause but generally includes additional oxygen and medications.
Case Reports in Thromboembolic Journal
Journal of Thromboembolic Case Reports is the name for when a blood clot (thrombus) that forms in a blood vessel breaks loose, is carried by the bloodstream, and blocks another blood vessel. This is a dangerous condition that can affect multiple organs, causing organ damage and even death. It requires immediate treatment.
Journal of Cardiac Emergencies Case Reports
Case Reports in Cardiac Emergencies Journal is cardiac disease can be divided into structural disease, conduction abnormalities, and acquired illnesses. While recognizing that many lesions can be a combination of many defects, structural congenital heart disease can be divided into cyanotic and acyanotic categories. The cyanotic category can be further subdivided into increased and decreased pulmonary blood flow.
Case Reports in Cardiogenic Shock Journal
Journal of Cardiogenic Shock Case Reports is a life-threatening condition in which your heart suddenly can't pump enough blood to meet your body's needs. The condition is most often caused by a severe heart attack, but not everyone who has a heart attack has cardiogenic shock.
Journal of Hypertensive Emergency Case Reports
Case Reports in Hypertensive Emergency Journal is having dangerously high blood pressure that causes complications such as organ failure. Malignant hypertension is one type of hypertensive emergency.
Case Reports in Inotropes Journal
Journal of Inotropes Case Reports is Inotropic agents, or inotropes, are medicines that change the force of your heart’s contractions. There are two kinds of inotropes: positive inotropes and negative inotropes. Positive inotropes strengthen the force of the heartbeat. Negative inotropes weaken the force of the heartbeat.
Case Reports in Vasopressors Journal
Journal of Vasopressors Case Reports are a group of medicines that contract (tighten) blood vessels and raise blood pressure. They're used to treat severely low blood pressure, especially in people who are critically ill. Very low blood pressure can lead to organ damage and even death. These drugs can help doctors treat patients who are in shock or are undergoing surgery.
Case Reports in Pericarditis Journal
Journal of Pericarditis Case Reports is swelling and irritation of the thin, saclike tissue surrounding the heart (pericardium). Pericarditis often causes sharp chest pain. The chest pain occurs when the irritated layers of the pericardium rub against each other. Pericarditis is usually mild and goes away without treatment.
Journal of Pericardial Effusion Case Reports
Case Reports in Pericardial Effusion Journal is Pericardial effusion may not cause any noticeable signs and symptoms, particularly if the fluid has increased slowly. If pericardial effusion signs and symptoms do occur, they might include: Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing (dyspnea), Discomfort when breathing while lying down Chest pain, usually behind the breastbone or on the left side of the chest, Chest fullness, Lightheadedness or feeling faint, Swelling in the abdomen or legs.
Journal of Cardiac Tamponade Case Reports
Case Reports in Cardiac Tamponade Journal is puts pressure on the heart and keeps it from filling properly. The result is a dramatic drop in blood pressure that can be fatal. Symptoms include low blood pressure, shortness of breath and lightheadedness. Emergency treatment is required. Usually, a needle or small tube is used to drain excess fluid.