Identify this pathology
CVP
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0 mmHg

RVP
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2 mmHg

PAP
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8 mmHg

PAWP
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4 mmHg

BP
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72 mmHg

PVR
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32 dynes·sec/cm5

SVR
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431 dynes·sec/cm5

CI
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1 L/min/m2

Neurogenic Shock

Hypovolemia

LV Failure

CVP close

Normal: 2-6 mmHg

Central Venous Pressure is measured at the right atrium. It reflects overall fluid balance.

RVP close

Normal: 15-25 mmHg

Right Ventricular Pressure is the pressure between the tricuspid valve and the pulmonic valve. This quiz only shows systolic values.

PAP close

Normal: 15-25 mmHg

The Pulmonary Artery Pressure is measured with the wedge balloon down. PAP is crucial for distinguishing between ventricular aetiologies. This quiz only shows systolic values.

PAWP close

Normal: 6-12 mmHg

With the wedge balloon up, the measured Pulmonary Artery Wedge Pressure reflects those in the left atrium.

BP close

Normal: 90-140 mmHg

The common systemic Blood Pressure reflects left ventricular function and overall fluid balance. This quiz only shows systolic values.

PVR close

Normal: 100-200 dynes·sec/cm5

Pulmonary Vascular Resistance shows the amount of "squeeze" in the pulmonary blood vessels.

SVR close

Normal: 800-1200 dynes·sec/cm5

Systemic Vascular Resistance shows the amount of "squeeze" in the systemic blood vessels. It directly reflects the amount of vasoconstriction.

CI close

Normal: 2.5-4 L/min/m2

Cardiac Index scales cardiac output (total blood flow) to better reflect flow in differently-sized people (an adult and a baby will have vastly different cardiac output, but similar cardiac index).