Chest suggestive for COvid -19.

A 33 years old male with 2 weeks hx of GBM, headache, vomiting and difficulty in breathing. Treated as malaria case and UTI before On admission was weak profusely sweating, oriented with the delirious state on and off. Oxygen saturation was 87-room air and 95 on oxygen. BP: 87/51 mmhg on admission and one hour on IV fluids 121/89 mmhg PR 60-120. FBP:- leucocytosis with predominantly neutrophilia and thrombocytosis. Xrays:- chest suggestive for COvid -19. BS for malaria-Negative Troponin test was positive too

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CXR = CARDIOMEGALY+++ SHADOW OF SCAPULA BOTH SIDES OF LUNG FIELDS LUNG LESIONS CANT SEE PROPERLY TROP I - VE PT WAS ON SHOCK HYPOXIC SWEATING POLYMORPHONUCLEAR LEUKOCYTOSIS THROMBOCYTOSIS ADV = ECHOCARDIUM TO EXCLUDE RWMA LVEF BLOOD = PRO BNP BLOOD C & S CRP D DIMER ...
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