What's causing you to cough up so much sputum? Could it be pneumonia, bronchitis, allergies or something else? Dr. Bob explains how to recognize some of the common causes. For more health tips visit www.drbobshow.com.
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In this video a patient presented to the emergency department with flash pulmonary edema. We review the life threatening condition of flash pulmonary edema and its management.
Coughing up blood doesn't necessarily mean something serious is happening. This video lists and describes the possible reasons -- both serious, and not-so-serious, for coughing up blood (known medically as hemoptysis).
http://www.calshipleymd.com Negative pressure Pulmonary Edema (flash edema) caused by sudden spasm of the larynx (paroxysmal laryngospasm).Review of lung, chest cavity (thorax) and throat anatomy, as well as physiology of respiration.