SOB and High Fever. COVID-19 positive?

41 year old male presents to the ED with SOB x5 days. He was in contact with a COVID+ patient. He reports fever highest 102.3. States he has body aches and chills. Denies cough or sore throat. Places on 6L/min via NC and sats increased to 91%. History of Hypertension Hypothyroidism Morbid obesity Prediabetes. what do you suggest?

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Prominent bronchovascular marking. Bil rounded soft fluffy infiltrations seen. Rt hemidiaphragm is markedly raised, possibly underlying collapse. Left lower zonal heziness seen. Adv CECT thorax and swab test to rule out covid 19 pneumonia. Contact history, along with Metabolic syndrome are risk factors flavoring the diagnosis of this.

Sir recovered from covid on the 14th day completely, discharged after 4 days of admission, they gave me xone, lasix, pan. Happy to inform you, you guided me well
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Coastal chest haziness bilateral in lower zones Bumping of rt dome GGOs rt para cardiac H/o contacts with covid19 Fever sob All suggest of covid19 ARDS To be treated with protocol

Thanx dr Kute Ankush
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* ARDS ** COVID 19 NEEDS FURTHER INVESTIGATION AND EVALUATION TO CONCLUDE AND TREATMENT PLAN.

Thanks Dr Sandeep Ghodekar
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POSSIBLY PNEUMONIA PULMONARY. EDEMA CARDIOMEGALY L. V. F.. COVID. INFECTION NEEDS. FURTHER. EVALUATION

IT'S A..CASE OF.. ? SARI.. ? ARDS.. ? COVID-19..

Tnx Dr Ashok Leel sir
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