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Type 2 respiratory failure

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Need advice on a 75 year old female patient who is a on a continuous bipap 14/6 and 2lpm oxygen support and duolin nebulization ( 4 times a day as prescribed by hospital). She is completely bed ridden ...

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My mother(81) passed away in September 2011 due acquiring sepsis leading to respiratory failure due ... the underlying issue. On her 3rd ER visit within a 2 week period they decided to do a scan of her abdomen ...

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My mother(81) passed away in September 2011 due acquiring sepsis leading to respiratory failure due .... On her 3rd ER visit within a 2 week period they decided to do a scan of her abdomen and determined she ...

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In XXXXXXX 2011 my father had two valves replaced with mechanical ones, one valve repaired and a double bypass. His chest was reopened that night d/t bleeding and a week later to rewire his chest (went into cardiac/resp failure and they did CPR)....

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Hi after a large right sided pleural effusion/pnemonia and type 1 respiratory failure is a raised right hemidiaphragm likely due to damage to the lung? ...

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Hi I am Dr.V.K.Shrivastava from Chhindwara M.P.My wife is a case of Type 2 D M with Hypertention with C O P D with Corpulmonale with chronic respiratory failure.she is kept on 02 for 2hrs then rest ...

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as per doctor my mother is suffering from ILD with type I respiratory failure and cirrhosis liver.they are giving medicine pirfenex 200 and mucinac 600 mg. want to know is the disease is curable and the treatment ...

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mys sister is down with arnold chiari malformation type 1 with syringomyelia she has undergone two surgery 2003 and 2005 respectively. recently she was diagonised with respiratory type II failure now she ...

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Hi Doctor ! My mom. has been diagnosed as a COPD with type II respiratory failure a year ago ... not suit her. Please suggest me what can cause this type of pblms....thank you. ...

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Hi Doctor, i have been diagnoised with respiratory failure 2, which came to a shock to me. I had ... side without them dropping. I bought an oximeter almost 2 weeks ago which i find great as i set ...

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was life flighted to a hospital and the doctors told us they lost me twice w/respiratory failure ...I had neck surgeries (2) in 3 days June 2013. In Dec I had a pain pump Implanted for PRIALT. I ...

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had to be intubated, was unable to breathe on my own. was on life support for 2-3 days. couple ...

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My cousin is suffering from acute respiratory problem, which she is experiencing after a bout of cough cold and fever.She is in a critical stage and is in ventilator at Apollo hospital Ranchi. What should be done ?

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My husband had an APR May 16th. There have been no problems with stoma until hospitalized for 1week for respiratory failure. Ostomy care was sub-standard and when i brought him home yesterday, found the stoma ...

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Re : Pediatric Endocrinologist and Pediatric Neurology My 04 year kid at the time of birth had few problems 1.Hemorrhage III grade 2. Respiratory failure 3.Hypothyroid Treatment give: Ventilated for one ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

Not at silent killer. It comes with severe cough,headache body ache and fever.You need to consult doctor if any of severe symptom present.

doctor1 MD

Hi Gilberto The airway narrows and may become completely blocked. This can lead to respiratory failure Spreading infection elsewhere in the body, such as pneumonia, meningitis or a blood infection. Kindly consult an ENT specialist for immediate opinion. Reply with thanks.

doctor1 MD

Welcome to Health Care Magic There could be several reasons – brain (especially lower brain), lungs (respiratory failure), hormones (hypothyroid), Psychological (Depression) and so on See an Internist / get yourself examined / at times, basic investigation may be necessary... Wishing well