Abstract

Research Article

Use of Orthodeoxia by pulse Oximetry in the detection of Hepatopulmonary Syndrome

Cesar Raul Aguilar Garcia* and Guadalupe Viridiana Ontiveros Guerra

Published: 04 August, 2017 | Volume 1 - Issue 1 | Pages: 038-041

Chronic Hepatic deficiency due to the ingestion of alcohol remains as one of the main causes of morbidity and mortality in our country. From it a variety of complications arise, one of them is the Hepatopulmonary Syndrome, which usually goes unnoticed and undiagnosed; this syndrome is distinguished by the presence of hypoxemia and pulmonary vasodilation. The gold standard to establish a diagnostic is contrast-enhanced Echocardiogram. No pathognomonic sign is known for this syndrome, which leads the present elaboration to evaluate the use of orthodeoxia by pulse oximetry as a screening test in the detection of Hepatopulmonary Syndrome cases. 

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Keywords:

Orthodeoxia; Hepatic Deficiency; Pulmonary vasodilatation

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