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Health Problems from moving across country. what are the prevention ?

I need help with a case study I am doing it reads john has not been feeling well for the past 10 days. He has lung congestion and feels very tired. He went to the doc a week ago with a 101 degree F temp and was prescribed oral amoxicilin which he took until it was gone. He still looks sick thoug. John and his 5 year old daughter just moved from Ohio to Arizona. John is a park ranger, but hasn t felt like going to work for the past 3 days. He still has respiratory problems. What could this be?
Asked On : Wed, 26 May 2010
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What kind of respiratory problems ur friend still has. Amoxicillin is given for upper respiratpry infection. If ur friend had lung congestion then he needs to be treated for Lower respiratory tract infection (he needs to be evaluated for the same).
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