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Pulmonary oedema signs

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(1) If a patient has pulmonary oedema but hypostatic pneumonia is suspected then can an X-ray give a reliable diagnosis? (2) If so, how? Is there an additional standard diagnostic test that can be used ...

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What is the medical significance of a 0.5 level of myelocytes? Is it consistent with sepsis or a myeloproliferative disorder ,or does it lack significance in isolation? Pt. also has COPD, pulmonary oedema , and low ...

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We would like to know whether a geriatric male with overlap myeloproliferative/myelodysplasticity disorder; monoclonal B-cell lymphocytosis; COPD; pulmonary oedema; and CCF is now likely to be terminal ...

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I would like to know whether a geriatric patient with overlap myeloproliferative/myelodysplasticity disorder; monoclonal B-cell lymphocytosis; COPD; pulmonary oedema; and CCF is likely to be terminal ...

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Medical History of 90 year-old male: diabetes 2; chronic heart failure; COPD; recent occurrence of pneumonia and pulmonary oedema; overlap myelodysplasticity/ myeloproliferative disorder (3 years). Current ...

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Hi, may I answer your health queries right now ? Please type your query here Hello my Nannan has just come out of hospital after they found a pulmonary oedema and she is in heart failure (has four ...

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Medical History of 90 year-old male: diabetes 2; chronic heart failure; COPD; recent occurrence of pneumonia and pulmonary oedema; overlap myelodysplasticity/myeloproliferative disorder (3 years). Current ...

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Hi my husband has one kidney and 6months ago he had a massive heart attack. This lead him to have an angiogram .during this procedure ha had another heart attack and suffered pulmonary oedema. He had a stent ...

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My father has just come out of hospital having had a pulmonary oedema (sorry if that s spelt incorrectly). I m just looking at his discharge letter notes and they refer to him having a diagnosis of ccf ...

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of weeks ago i was admitted to hospital with left heart failure, pulmonary oedema and orthopnea. My surgent ...

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of posterior papilary muscle of the mitral valve, severe refractory pulmonary oedema,s/p atrial septostomy, cardiogenic shock with iabp support,normal sinus rythm,severe pulmonary artery hypertension,nyha class iv ...

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diabetes related problems (hypogycemia and pulmonary oedema). My mother is also diabetic and is aged 80 ...

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suggested. But I dont have any signs and symptoms of having PTB. Should I rely on that x-ray result alone ...

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hello doc...good am...i would like to ask about minimal ptb.....what are the signs of symptoms of a person having a ptb???how to minimize this kind of disease,can it be cure through taking the appropriate ...

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upper lobe of the lung and Suggested Pulmonary Tuberculosis. We were shock as he seem physically fit and no signs of cough or illness. He just had his Xray done a year ago and it s normal. Do you think ...

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Hello, This indicates severe pulmonary oedema which requires more dose of water pills.It is better to get her evaluated by a cardiologist for proper management. Thanks