Fever, Cough, and Body ache

A 33-year-old male with no medical history presents after a week for fever, cough, and body aches. tested negative for COVID-19. presented 5 days later with a worsening SOB and found to be tachycardic still HR 120s. WBC 6.8. Procal .6. lactate 1.7 92% RA. 120s/80s, HR 120 incomplete RBBB. This is CT scan, negative for PE. What do you think?

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This is yet another case who is negative and turns in few days with this complications Floppy confluent opaque shadow lt lower lobe GGOs rt chest Suggestive of pneumonitis lt lower lobe It is likely covid19 Should be treated on this protocol
Thanx dr Sandeep Ghodekar
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Confluent Shadows are unilateral basal, favours consolidation. Adv bronchoscopic lavage to rule out any obstructive etiology and BAL for evaluation.
Tachycardia with left basal pneumonia no covid incomplete rbbb try salbactum750 mg bd 10 days
Keep in mind covid
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Pneumonitis/ pneumonia COVID 19 Infection. Treat as per protocol.
Thanks Dr Sandeep Ghodekar
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Pneumonitis Lt lower lobe COVID infection
TREATMENT with covid19 protocol
Left lower lobe consolidation Adv Repeat test for Covid 19 on BAL .Also bact culture to be done.
Reapeat covid 19 test Procal high Treat as pneumonitis with ARDS Treat with antibiotics
consolidation on left lower lobe pneumonia sputum cultures to be taken
It is localized. Appears be non corona
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