Serous pericardial fluid
Brachiocephalic vein, left
Scroll down for more questions.
1. How much pleural fluid is there?
2. How close is the pericardial sac to the sternum?
3. How much pericardial fluid is there?
4. Does the pericardial fluid look normal?
5. Is there tamponade?
6. Is the pulmonary artery to the right or the left of the aorta?
7. What is the cause of death?
8. Why did the patient develop this particular cause of death?
9. Was this death preventable?
10. What clinical interventions were possible for this patient before death (review history)?
This space is for institutional groups.
[one_half]-->Decide as a Group how you
want to use this open format.
-->Add your next upload right after the one before
-Find the last upload.
-Click [>>] to advance 15 seconds.
-Then add your webcam video.
-->-Open the search list (3rd icon from bottom right).
-Add search termuscle