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Differential Diagnosis For Beck's triad Hypotension Heart sounds faint JVD)
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- 3 possible diagnoses found
- Anatomic, Foreign Body, Structural Disorders
- Tamponade, cardiac
- Tension pneumothorax
- Abnormal heart sound, Abnormal heart sounds, ARTERIAL BLOOD PRESSURE DECREASED, Arterial hypotension, Arterial pressure decreased, Beck's, Blood pressure decreased, BLOOD PRESSURE DROP ARTERIAL, Blood pressure dropped, Blood pressure low, Blood Pressures Low, BP fell, BP lowered, Decreased, Decreased blood pressure, Drop in blood pressure, Drop of blood pressure, Fall in blood pressure, Heart sound abnormal, Heart sounds abnormal, Heart sounds abnormal (D), Heart sounds abnormal (D) (finding), Heart sounds abnormal (finding), High JVP, Hypopiesis, Hypotension, Hypotension (disorder), Hypotension unspecified, Hypotensions, HYPOTENSIVE DISEASES, Increased jugular venous pressure, JUGULAR VENOUS BLOOD PRESSURE INCREASE, Jugular venous pressure increased, Jugular venous pressure raised, JVP INCREASE, Low Blood Pressure, Low blood pressure (disorder), Low Blood Pressures, Low BP, Lowered blood pressure, Presentation, Pressure arterial decreased, Pressure low blood, Raised jugular venous pressure, Raised jugular venous pressure (finding), Raised JVP, Triad, Vascular Hypotensive Disorder, Venous pressure jugular increased
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