PMID: 446146Apr 1, 1979Paper

Pulmonary artery--bronchial fistula: a new complication of Swan-Ganz catheterization

Chest
S A Rubin, R P Puckett

Abstract

A patient with a Swan-Ganz catheter developed massive hemoptysis. Injection of radiographic contrast media through the catheter revealed rapid filling of the tracheo-bronchial tree, consistent with direct pulmonary artery-bronchial communication. Development of hemoptysis in a patient with a Swan-Ganz catheter should alert the clinician to this possibility.

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