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Bronchopleural fistula (BPF)

It can develop following pneumonectomy, post traumatically, or with certain types of infection. It may also develop when large airways are in communication with the pleural space following a large pneumothorax or other loss of pleural negative pressure, especially during positive pressure mechanical ventilation.

Symptoms:

  • A bronchopleural fistula is usually suspected clinically by noting a persistent air leak and by increased air or pus (empyema) in the intrapleural space.

Preliminary plan:

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