Pulmonary valve disease is condition refers to any disorder of your heart's pulmonary valve, which is responsible for keeping blood from your heart flowing properly to your lungs. This is the valve separating the right ventricle (one of the chambers in the heart) and the pulmonary artery. The pulmonary artery carries oxygen-poor blood to the lungs. Symptoms of pulmonary valve disease are bluish tint to the skin, chest pain, fainting, heart palpitations, unexplained fatigue, failure to thrive, difficulty breathing.
Statistical analysis of pulmonary valve disease in Poland resulted as 229 potential causes of syncope were found in 191 patients (49.4%), with 2 possible causes in 32 patients and 3 potential causes in 3 patients. The top 3 tests with the highest diagnostic yield were: head-up tilt test (41.4%), 24-holter monitoring (14.5%) and echocardiography (8.4%). Electroencephalography was useful in 3 patients (1.5%) and exercise test did not help in any patient.