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Clinically suitable emphasis right here offers the reader with an authoritative evaluate of what concepts can be found and what photographs should be bought. The multiplane probe, paediatric and 3D probes, and colour move Doppler are integrated.
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The practicing transesophageal echocardiography physician should continue to do a minimum of 50–75 cases per year to maintain their competence in the procedure. Quality assurance should also be undertaken periodically in institutions where transesophageal echocardiography is done, to maintain competence, high quality, and optimal patient safety. This should include comparing transesophageal echocardiography results with cardiac catheterization, other radiographic techniques, and surgical and autopsy data whenever available.
Normal transesophageal echocardiographic examination 51 4. Seward JB, Tajik AJ, DiMagno EP. Esophageal phased-array sector echocardiography: an anatomic study. In: Hanrath P, Bleifeld W, Souquet J (eds). Cardiovascular Diagnosis by Ultrasound. Martinus Nijhoff: Publishing: London, 1982:270–9. 5. Omoto R, Kyo S, Matsumura M, et al. New directions of biplane transesophageal echocardiography with special emphasis on real-time biplane imaging and matrix phased-array biplane transducer. Echocardiography 1990;7:691–8.
This issue is addressed individually in subsequent chapters. Post transesophageal echocardiographic care Following the removal of the transducer, patients are encouraged to cough and expectorate excessive secretions. When only oral and topical anesthesia are used, the patient may be sat up and given a basin to expectorate excessive secretions. In patients receiving intravenous sedation, the mouth and pharynx are suctioned. Nasal oxygen is left in place and the patient is monitored for 30 minutes after oral and topical anesthesia and for 2 hours after intravenous sedation.