submassive

submassive

(sŭb″mas′iv) [ sub- + massive]
Medical jargon for very severe or injurious but not immediately life-threatening conditions. It is applied to diseases such as liver necrosis (without fulminant hepatic failure) or pulmonary embolism (without unstable hemodynamics).
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today announced the enrollment of the first patient in their Early Feasibility and Safety Study, investigating the Bashir[TM] Endovascular Catheter for the treatment of submassive pulmonary embolism (PE).
Management options beyond therapeutic anticoagulation for acute massive and submassive PE (RV dysfunction in the absence of hypotension) include the administration of a systemic thrombolytic agent.
Patients are classified as massive, submassive, and low-risk, based on hypotension, RV dysfunction, and/or cardiac biomarkers [1].
Potential role of systemic thrombolysis in acute submassive intermediate risk pulmonary embolism: review and future perspective.
SAN DIEGO -- One year after implementation, a pulmonary embolism response team (PERT) is making a significant difference in care of patients with submassive pulmonary embolism (PE) and evidence of right ventricular (RV) dysfunction at the Christiana (Del.) Medical Center.
PE is commonly classified as massive (high-risk), submassive (intermediate-risk) and low risk to help determine the required treatment.
Patients presenting with submassive PE are normotensive with clinical indications of right ventricular strain.
MD Treatment of Massive or Submassive Acute Pulmonary Embolism With Catheter-Directed Thrombolysis.
Primary therapy with fibrinolysis or embolectomy is generally considered for patients presenting with either massive or submassive PE.
Our patient had symptomatic DVT on the right lower limb and accompanying submassive PTE.
[106] conducted a randomized, controlled pilot study in 2016 comparing IV perfusion of TXA to placebo in 66 patients with submassive hemoptysis.