When The Colored Lung Fluid Can Pull Out The Tube?
Hello, I want to ask if the colored lung fluid can be pulled out yet or not,
Hello Srifami, Thank you for the question.
Pulmonary edema is a buildup of fluid in the lung sacs (alveoli) which causes the sufferer to have difficulty breathing. In addition to difficulty breathing, this condition can cause other complaints such as coughing up phlegm or blood mixed, wheezing, chest pain, dizziness, excessive sweating. Pulmonary edema can be caused by coronary heart disease, hypertension, heart valve disease, pulmonary embolism, lung cedea, drowning, and others. At one time, the buildup of this fluid can also cause a buildup of fluid in the pleural cavity (the membrane that encloses the lungs and chest wall). It is recommended that you consult with a surgeon who is treating you regarding the right time for the extraction. Usually this hose can be pulled out when the liquid production is very minimal and no other conditions are found that prevent the retraction. To find out the production of the liquid has been reduced / is very minimal, will record the production of fluids from time to time. The doctor will also usually do an x-ray examination before the extraction of the tube is done to ensure that the fluid in the pleural cavity has reduced and there are no other medical conditions in your lungs.
Hopefully this information helps you.