cardiac decompression

(redirected from pericardial decompression)

car·di·ac de·com·pres·sion

incision into the pericardium or aspiration of fluid from the pericardium to relieve pressure due to blood or other fluid in the pericardial sac.

car·di·ac de·com·pres·sion

(kahr'dē-ak dē-kŏm-presh'ŭn)
Incision into the pericardium or aspiration of fluid from pericardium to relieve pressure due to blood or other fluid in the pericardial sac.
Synonym(s): pericardial decompression.
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