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Complications observed during catheterization included arterial puncture, hematoma, arythmia, wrong insertion, pneumothorax and hemothorax (2,5,8).
Major complications included 14 items, including death within 30 days as a direct result of the procedure, stroke within 30 days, infection requiring intravenous antibiotics or device removal, deep vein thrombosis, pulmonary embolism, and pneumothorax or hemothorax.
Assess breathing and ventilation of the patient by auscultation, checking the need for drainage of hemothorax or pneumonia;
Compressive atelectasis develops with any space-occupying lesion such as pneumothorax, hemothorax, pleural effusion, or abdominal distention.
The diagnosis at admission was trauma with hemoperitoneum, hemothorax, pelvic hematoma, splenic gastro-esophageal tear, left hip and vertebral fracture, with paraplegia.
Initial radiology studies included a chest x-ray showing no fractured ribs, fully expanded lung fields without evidence of pneumo or hemothorax or contusion, and a mildly increased heart size.
After insertion of the Reveal Plus, the patient will be placed on telemetry monitoring, have a 12-lead ECG, and have a chest x-ray to rule out a pneumothorax or hemothorax.
The blood fills his chest cavity, inducing hemothorax, the liquid pressure squeezing down his heart and lungs.
A chest tap was performed and it revealed that RS had a hemothorax with old, thickened blood surrounding his left lung.
After that, he lost toes on his remaining foot, and he had a problem with his chest wall--a hemothorax, which is a collection of blood.