pneumopericardium


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pneumopericardium

 [noo″mo-per″ĭ-kahr´de-um]
the presence of air or gas in the pericardial cavity.

pneu·mo·per·i·car·di·um

(nū'mō-per'i-kar'dē-ŭm),
Presence of gas (usually air) in the pericardial sac.
[G. pneuma, air, + pericardium]

pneumopericardium

/pneu·mo·peri·car·di·um/ (-per´ĭ-kahr´de-um) air or gas in the pericardial cavity.

pneumopericardium

[-per′ikär′dē·əm]
the presence of air or gas in the pericardial sac.

pneu·mo·per·i·car·di·um

(nū'mō-per'i-kahr'dē-ŭm)
Presence of gas in the pericardial sac.
[G. pneuma, air, + pericardium]

pneumopericardium

The presence of air in the pericardial sac.

pneumopericardium

the presence of air or gas in the pericardial cavity.
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During this time the patient should be monitored for acute complications such as tension pneumopericardium and tension pneumothorax.
Aggarwal, "Spontaneous pneumomediastinum with pneumopericardium, surgical emphysema, pneumothorax, and epidural pneumotosis: a rare association," Journal of Natural Science, Biology and Medicine, vol.
Subcutaneous emphysema, pneumopericardium, pneumomediastinum and pneumoretroperitoneum secondary to sigmoid perforation: A case report.
KEY WORDS: Pneumopericardium Cardiac tamponade Barotrauma Portable ventilator.
Pneumopericardium was first described by Bricheteau in 1844 who named bruit de Moulin (water wheel sound) associated with pneumopericardium.
Full blood count was normal and a chest radiograph on admission showed subcutaneous emphysema, pneumo-mediastinum and pneumopericardium but no other abnormality (fig.
Pneumopericardium after hyperemesis: Possible result of the Macklin effect.
decompression of interstitial blebs resulting in pneumomediastinum, pneumothorax, pneumopericardium, pneumoperitoneum and or surgical emphysema.
ICU/ age, mechanical Complications; y/sex ventilation, d outcome 1/43/M 25/8 Myocarditis, cardiogenic shock; survived 2/48/M 5/4 ARDS; died 3/45/F 40/13 Oseltamivir resistance; died 4/75/M 4/3 ARDS, died 5/29/M 8/0 Pneumomediastinum; pneumopericardium, bronchiolitis obliterans; survived * ALC, absolute lymphocyte count/[micro]L; Neutro, neutropenia; ICU, intensive care unit; APML, acute promyelocytic leukemia; SCT, stem cell transplant; SD, standard dose; HD, high dose; DLBCL, diffuse large B-cell lymphoma; IV, intravenous; BCNU, carmustine.
3) There are few reports of pneumopericardium linked to pericardic drainage.
The patient was uneventfully discharged on the 12th day as a control chest CT-scan showed complete resolution of the pneumopericardium and the bilateral pneumothorax (Fig.

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