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V informative thanx
I think the Eosinophils we’re the big clue.
Very interesting and educative platform
I am a nurse’s aide; I enjoyed that Lil pop quiz…YAYYYYY FOR ME, I GOT THE ANSWER RIGHT; I was a Lil lost w some of the levels, but my vitals were ok…so really a process of elimination.
initially, I’m about to conclude her for BRONCHO PNEUMONIA
This patient has a shock and also is likely to suffer from a heart attack(cardiac arrest)
Respiratory tract infection
Acute asthma with a chest infection
Thanks for knowledge
Three years ago, I was personally admitted and diagnosed was the same condition with a similar background…
I would love to know more about the reoccurring of the condition with re-occurring symptoms. As well as treatment and prevention methods.
Nice case discussion
My instinct was CAP, but some of her symptoms didn’t fit – so I went and had a rethink. This was the only possible thing that worked – but how interesting. I thought it tended to strike younger people.
Interesting thanks for the information
So what’s the answer is lost
Really a lot of thanks for your creativity.
Thank you for this.
Superinfection of URT
Interested in knowing more about these type disease
It was my first choice, but I went with my second!!!
It makes sense since her T. And other vitals are normal.
Interesting thank you
Consider Bronchiectasis with superinfection.
Interesting. Were cultures done?