Physical exam: Breath sounds markedly diminished bilaterally with crackles right lower lobe and wheeze left upper lobe. Visible use of accessory muscles. Respiratory history: pack-year cigarette history, quit last year. He has developed a dry, hacking, non-productive cough over the last six months.
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A year-old man presented to the emergency department complaining of persistent right-sided chest pain and cough. The chest pain was pleuritic in nature and had been present for the last month. The associated cough was productive of yellow sputum without hemoptysis. He had unintentionally lost approximately 30 pounds over the last 6 months and had nightly sweats. He had denied fevers, chills, myalgias or vomiting.
Respiratory Therapy Case Study
Comment on the appropriateness of diagnostic and therapeutic interventions. This assignment should be well-constructed, complete and concise. Report must be 3 to 4 pages long, in paragraph form , time new roman, size 11 font, double spaced.
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