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A 64yrs OLD FEMALE ON VENTILATION

64yrs/F Uncontrolled T2DM developed fever on off and cough since 3days presented to ED with Worsening SOB requiring mechanical ventilation,Patient paralyzed, sedated and ventilated. INTERPRET CXR?

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B/L infiltaration more in left side ground glass apperance suggested covid 19 very bad x ray ARDS

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Bilateral peripheral lung opacities with obliteration of CP anngles . Hyperinflated right lung Fibronodular infiltrations left lung . ? COVID pneumonia RTPCR for COVID, CT chest , proinflamnatory markers and DDIMER Mechanical ventilation

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Evidently peripheral opacities bilaterally with floppy opacities lt lower zone in paracardiac region Pleural effusion bilateral with collapse consolidation lt side D/d 1 covid19 pneumonitis with ARDS 2 malignancy

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B/L infiltaration more in left side ground glass apperance suggested covid 19 very bad x ray ARDS

BL..EFFUSION.. ? ARDS..SARI.. ? PNEUMONITIS.. NEED'S.. HRCT.. RT..PCR..COVID-19..

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Bil peripheral opacities seen Possibly ARDS sec to bacterial or viral etiology.

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Bilateral plural effusion adv KFT hemoglobin

Pneumonitis... Also as per Pandemic situation..Swab test or antigen test would be better to do.

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Ac. LVF with pleural effusion in left side & go for ABG & ECG & KFT

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