CHF Examination Results And Pleural Effusion?
Hello doctor, permission to ask.
CHF (Congestive heart failure) is a condition where there is a decrease in heart function so that the heart cannot pump enough blood throughout the body. This can cause accumulation in various organs such as legs, heart, and lungs. CHF is often referred to as heart failure. CHF is associated with pleural effusion. Pleural effusion is a condition where there is accumulation of fluid in the lining of the lungs (pleura). This can be caused by various causes, one of which is due to heart failure. Massive and massive pleural effusions can cause shortness of breath.
What is the exact number for the blood test? You should include the exact value of each of these checks.
In general, from the lab results you attach, there are electrolyte disturbances, renal function disorders. Electrolyte disturbances can be caused due to several conditions such as:
side effects of certain drugs
Prolonged diarrhea or vomiting
unbalanced nutritional intake
Kidney failure can affect the body's electrolyte levels. In addition, kidney failure can also aggravate the work of the heart due to fluid resistance in the kidneys. Therefore, to ensure the situation you are experiencing, and in order to get the right treatment, you should check yourself into a specialist in internal medicine, so your doctor can examine your condition further.
The following article you can read about heart failure
may be useful. thank you