Up to 40% of inferior wall Myocardial infarctions have associated right ventricular involvement. Venodilation and medications that decrease RV filling (i.e nitrates, diuretics) should be avoided.
The right ventricle contains less myocardial tissue compared to the left ventricle. It is more dependent on adequate preload (Frank-Starling curve) to assure adequate cardiac function (CO). If there is damage to the right ventricle, preload reduction from nitrates/ diuresis could result in significant hypotension.
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