COVID-19?

50's male presented to the ER with shortness of breath and fevers for the last 2+ weeks. Fevers resolving in the last 3 days reportedly per patient. I became more Breathlessness prior to ER. No significant PMH. D-Dimer >20.

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POSSIBLY... COVID 19, INFECTION ARDS CONSOLIDATION P. A. E NEEDS. FURTHER EVALUATION

COVID 19 infection Ad nasopharyngeal swab to confirm the diagnosis Admit in COVID ward

Case of central Pulmonary arterial embolism. Also associated with GGos in dependent parenchyma along with septal involvement. Findings sugg of ARDS with PAE. In case of covid 19 infections rounded areas of GGos in nondependant areas . But in present situation can consider as a DD as early stage of disease.

GROUND GLASS OPACITIES seen pictures no 1 &2 in peripheral lung areas suggest pneumonitis H/o fever and breathlessness 2+weeks long history as per precedents of covid19 Sill dx goes in favour of covid19

Thanx dr Pushkar ji Bhomia
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Most probably COVID 19 typical case. Send nasopharyngeal swab for testing and isolation and physical or social distancing. Act as per physician direction and reports .

Thanks Dr Shivraj Agarwal
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Image 1 shows classical feature of COVID 19 There is peripheral ground glass appearance seen Please send nasopharyngeal swab for RT PCR

Ground glass opacity so please ask for CBC ESR Blood SUGAR HIV Sputum for AFB CBNNAT THROAT SWAB FOR PCR TO RULED OUT COBID-19

Probably covid19 patient,take precautions ownself and advice throat and nasopharyngeal swab and admit the patient

Looks like covid19 from CT chest hydroxychloroquin 5 days iv plasma 5 days ranivir 10 days o2 90 minutes bd

GGO PATCHY RT SIDE INFILTRATION AND CONSOLIDATION ARDS PAE RULE OUT COVID-19

Thanks Dr. Sandeep Ghodekar
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