DIAGNOSIS, MANAGEMENT AND RISK STRATIFICATION OF HYPERTENSION WITH AMBULATORY BLOOD PRESSURE MONITORING
Authors: Elena Ardeleanu
Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring (ABPM) is a reliable research and clinical tool, useful not only to patients, right axis deviation in 6; right bundle branch block and S1Q3T3 occurred in 8 patients with severe clinical forms, with impaired right ventricular function, higher angiographic index.
In evolution, ECG abnormalities were improved in 12 p, in an interval of 7-14 days, in 10 p. in 10-45 days, after reducing pulmonary pressure and also after the improvement of right ventricular function.
- Although non-specific, electrocardiogram may be a first paraclinical element for suspected pulmonary embolism
- The association of electrocardiographic abnormalities with elevated pulmonary pressure, as well as their parallel remission, suggest that ventricular dysfunction, represents the major cause of electrocardiographic changes.