Pulmonary Edema

Definition of Pulmonary Edema:

Accumulation of fluid in the lung(s).

Topics Related to Pulmonary Edema

Congestive Heart Failure

...our question about Shortness of breath / breathing difficulty
“...The lungs may become congested with fluid (pulmonary edema) and thus the ability to exercise is decreased.”

Excess Water Consumption

...the condition
“...Excessive fluid intake can be dangerous because ... It can cause pulmonary edema, a condition where water enters the lungs...”
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Hyperbaric Oxygen

...as a treatment
“...Signs and symptoms of oxygen toxicity include: Nausea and vomiting, dry cough, seizures, substernal chest pain, sweating, bronchitis, pallor, shortness of breath, muscle twitching, pulmonary edema, anxiety and/or respiratory changes, pulmonary fibrosis, visual changes, tinnitus, hallucinations, vertigo, hiccups and decreased level of consciousness...”

Shortness Of Breath

...the condition
“...Causes of acute shortness of breath include ... Pulmonary edema (excess fluid in the lungs)...”

Subphrenic Abscess

...the condition
“...Complications include ... pulmonary edema...”
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