The usefulness of respiratory ultrasound assessment for modifying the physiotherapeutic algorithm in children after congenital heart defect surgeries

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VOLUME 19 , ISSUE 76 (Apr 2019) > List of articles

The usefulness of respiratory ultrasound assessment for modifying the physiotherapeutic algorithm in children after congenital heart defect surgeries

Marcin Myszkowski *

Keywords : ultrasound assessment, respiratory system, physiotherapy, congenital heart defect

Citation Information : Journal of Ultrasonography. Volume 19, Issue 76, Pages 17-23, DOI: https://doi.org/10.15557/JoU.2019.0003

License : (CC-BY-SA-4.0)

Received Date : 04-November-2018 / Accepted: 21-January-2019 / Published Online: 30-April-2019

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An ultrasound image of: A – diaphragm; B – pleural fluid; C – consolidated pulmonary parenchyma within the pulmonary tissue

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An ultrasound image of: A – diaphragm; B – pleural fluid (with fluid layer thickness measurement); C – pulmonary parenchyma within the pulmonary tissue

Fig. 3.

Concordance rate (X-ray = 1 and US = 1) for ultrasonography and radiography in the individual sectors. L – left side, P – right side, S1P – sector 1 on the right, S1L – sector 1 on the left, S2P – sector 2 on the right, S2P – sector 2 on the left, S3P – sector 3 on the right, S3L – sector 3 on the left, S3PP – sector 3 – excess pleural fluid on the right side, S3PL – sector 3 – excess pleural fluid on the left side

Fig. 4.

Discordance rate (X-ray = 1 and US = 0) for ultrasonography and radiography in the individual sectors. L – left side, P – right side

Fig. 5.

Discordance rate (X-ray = 0 and US = 1) for ultrasonography and radiography in the individual sectors. L – left side, P – right side

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