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Роль прикроватного ультразвукового исследования легких при различных респираторных заболеваниях

https://doi.org/10.33667/2078-5631-2021-42-42-47

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Аннотация

Прикроватное ультразвуковое исследование легких, как самостоятельный метод, так и в сочетании с другими ультразвуковыми методами, является полезным диагностическим инструментом у пациентов с различными респираторными заболеваниями. В настоящее время УЗИ легких используется в алгоритме диагностики неотложных состояний, таких как острый респираторный дистресс-синдром, пневмоторакс, остановка сердца, острая дыхательная недостаточность, пневмонии. Более того, полуколичественное определение легочного застоя может выполняться для определения тяжести интерстициального синдрома и тяжести поражения легких при коронавирусной пневмонии. В обзоре рассматриваются базовая семиотика УЗИ, а также роль прикроватного УЗИ легких при различных респираторных заболеваниях.

Об авторе

А. Ф. Сафарова (Айтен Фуад-кызы)
Медицинский институт ФГАОУ ВО «Российский университет дружбы народов»; ГБУЗ «Городская клиническая больница имени В. В. Виноградова Департамента здравоохранения Москвы»
Россия

Сафарова Айтен Фуад-кызы, д. м. н., проф. кафедры внутренних болезней с курсом кардиологии и функциональной диагностики имени академика В. С. Моисеева; отделение ультразвуковых и функциональных методов диагностики

Москва



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Сафарова (Айтен Фуад-кызы) А.Ф. Роль прикроватного ультразвукового исследования легких при различных респираторных заболеваниях. Медицинский алфавит. 2021;(42):42-47. https://doi.org/10.33667/2078-5631-2021-42-42-47

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Safarova A.F. Role of point-of-care lung ultrasound in different respiratory disorders. Medical alphabet. 2021;(42):42-47. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.33667/2078-5631-2021-42-42-47

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