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What is the pathophysiology of constrictive

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11.What is the pathophysiology of constrictive pericarditis?
12.What are the differences in pulmonary secretions among emphysema, bronchiectasis,pneumoconiosis, and pulmonary edema?
d.Pulmonary edema (Pg 414) – pulmonary edema results from left side heart failureprimarily. This is a fluid buildup in the Longs which causes a cough which irritates thebronchioles causing blood tinged sputum.This is the pink frothy sputum typical of left-sided heart failure

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