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With gradual rise of RBCmass, it becomes a maladaptive situation, which include increased viscosity, both pulmonary and systemic vascular resistance. Most importantly, increased viscosity leads to reduced tissue oxygenation and hyperviscosity syndrome (Table 6-1). Out of all these, symptoms due to erythorcytosis are related to hyperviscosity syndrome. An iron-depleted state produces more severe cerebro vascular hyperviscosity syndrome. As iron-depleted RBCs become more rigid in the microcirculation, tissue oxygenation becomes more affected.
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Studies are coming up, comparing the efficacy of bedside clinics vs bedside echocardiography. In one study, 6 thirty-six subjects had a complete cardiovascular examination by four board-certified cardiologists. They subsequently imaged each patient by portable echocardiogram. The results of clinical examination 47 48 Bedside Cardiology Fig. 8-1: Hand-held echocardiogram and bedside echocardiography were compared using a complete echocardiographic study as the gold standard. Cardiac examination failed to detect 59% of the overall cardiovascular findings.