pulmonary pressure

pul·mo·nar·y pres·sure

the blood pressure in the pulmonary artery.
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Shunting is more pronounced in the presence of an atrial septal defect or patent ductus arteriosus as pulmonary pressure increases (due to increased pulmonary vascular resistance) flow through the defect increases.
The patient experienced an immediate increase in stroke volume and decrease in pulmonary pressure.
Echocardiography confirmed RV decompensation with marked right atrial enlargement, severe tricuspid regurgitation (Doppler estimated systolic pulmonary pressure at 85 mmHg), flattening of the interventricular septum (D-shaped left ventricle) and mild pericardial effusion.
Pulmonary hypertension (PHT) develops with chronic pulmonary over-circulation due to a combination of increased blood flow and increased pulmonary pressure.
The time of occurence of signs and symptoms is related to the degree of myocardial blood supply by the collaterals which develop as the pulmonary pressure decreases.
UO scientists working in eight College of Arts and Sciences laboratories will use the money to bring to campus advanced ultrasound and near-infrared spectroscopy systems that are capable of measuring blood flow, oxygen levels and pulmonary pressure and of taking three-dimensional images of the heart.
After Al-Nadim was diagnosed with an infection that created pulmonary pressure and cardiac insufficiency, his family and PHR -- Israel tried to coordinate a trip for Samir to Nablus for an urgent operation.
A]R antagonist BQ123 lead to a significant reduction of FAP and PAP, which suggests that endogenous ET-1 may be involved in the maintenance and regulation of systemic and pulmonary pressure in broiler chickens.
Under this classification, primary pulmonary hypertension refers to idiopathic or unexplained pulmonary hypertension, whereas secondary pulmonary hypertension refers to conditions where elevated pulmonary pressure has emerged as a complication of, for example, connective tissue disease (CTD), human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection, or exposure to drugs.
The study "suggests that treatment specific toward pulmonary hypertension will improve pulmonary pressure and functional capacity in these patients.
8) reported, predictors of adaptation to exercise were age, mean pulmonary gradient and systolic pulmonary pressure, according to multivariate analysis, best predictor was resting mean pressure gradient.