High Risk Patients and ICU Management
Pregnancy represents a unique alteration in physiology that usually ends in its completion without complication. Sometimes however, in certain instances, lifethreatening complications occur which require intensive care with invasive monitoring and mechanical ventilation.
KeywordsAdult Respiratory Distress Syndrome Hypertensive Disorder Invasive Monitoring Obstetric Patient Pulmonary Artery Wedge Pressure
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