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Post-sphygmic period: A critical phase

The patient may suddenly develop an acute episode of pulmonary edema or cardiogenic shock
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Dr. S Ramakrishnan

Additional Professor, Department of. Cardiology, AIIMS

AIIMS Organizing Secretary,Cardiac Prevent 2015


<b>“Post-sphygmic period is a critical phase, where lot of things can go wrong even if the patient is re-perfused. A sudden arrhythmic event or a mechanical complication of MI can strike out of the blue leading to the collapse of a patient,” Dr. S Ramakrishnan says</b> “ICU care is necessary for a few days after an MI,” he adds

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