65 yrs male presenting cough with sob=15 days. no fever, no DM,NO HTN,PR 100/MT DX AND RX

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ECG- WNL. X-ray chest- hyperinflated lung. CBC, Eosinophil count, Thyroid profile, BS, sputum for AFB etc. 1. Quinolone antibiotic 2. Doxophylline 3.( L- Ceterizine + Ambroxol+ Montelucast) + ( Albendazole+ Ivermectol). 4. Formeterol+ Budisonide) inhaler SOS

Thank you sir
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ECG SINUS TACHYCARDIA NONSPECIFIC LOW VOLTAGE IN LIMB LEADS CXR EMPHYSEMA A BIG EMPHYSEMATOUS BULLA RT LOWER ZONE D = COPD Rx 1 DOXT SL 100 BD 1ST 7 DAYS EACH MONTH 2 NISTAMI.= 1 PUFF DAILY 3 LTOT = LONG TERM O2 THERSPY 2 L / MT 16 HRS A DAY 4 VACCAINATION PNEUMONIA . . . INFLUNZA COVID 19 WHEN AVAILABLE

increased lunf volume due to hyperinflation..emphysematous lung.. follow the advice as given by others but please do a pulmonary function test with reversibility test to rule out asthma...there may be a long history because an acute cough with sob is unlikely to be copd in a 65 year old patient. what about Oxygen saturation?

Patient ECG is grossly normal....Xray is showing Hyperinflated lung fields....Is the patient smoker? Is he hvng expectoration? What are the chest findings...

Smoker+, chest B/L wheez, expectoration little after excess coughing
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ECG ..Normal . Cxr....hyperinflated lung...most likely COPD. H/o smoking ?? Rx inhaler Tiomate mdi 2puff od. Tab Telekast A od for 2- 3wk Tab clavam 625 bd for 1wk

Yes sir, smoker+
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ECG. Sinus Mechanism. Low voltage ECG. Basic ECG is normal.. CXR. Hyperinflation. COPD Anguleted.

Lt axis deviation tachycardia copd with emphysema do hrct expiratory films pft sputum culture and sensitivity

Normal ECG.auscultate chest Rhonchi or crepts? Then investigate routine check up sr.creat,esr,hb,tlc,dlc,rbs,cxr

Low voltage ecg Acute Bronchitis as per history Need lab

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