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Figure 1: Line diagram representing the basic anatomy and the physiological information obtained on cardiac catheterization. SPO2 obtained through blood gas analysis at various sites are encircled. Mean pressures recorded are shown in rectangular blocks (AzV - azygous vein, ED - ventricular end-diastolic pressure, LPA - left pulmonary artery, LUPV - left upper pulmonary vein, LLPV - left lower pulmonary vein, MPA - main pulmonary artery, RA - right atrium, RV - right ventricle, RPA - right pulmonary artery, RLPV - right lower pulmonary vein, RUPV - right upper pulmonary vein, RHV - right hepatic vein, LHV - left hepatic veins)

Figure 1: Line diagram representing the basic anatomy and the physiological information obtained on cardiac catheterization. SPO<sup>2</sup> obtained through blood gas analysis at various sites are encircled. Mean pressures recorded are shown in rectangular blocks (AzV - azygous vein, ED - ventricular end-diastolic pressure, LPA - left pulmonary artery, LUPV - left upper pulmonary vein, LLPV - left lower pulmonary vein, MPA - main pulmonary artery, RA - right atrium, RV - right ventricle, RPA - right pulmonary artery, RLPV - right lower pulmonary vein, RUPV - right upper pulmonary vein, RHV - right hepatic vein, LHV - left hepatic veins)