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2,114 Possible Causes for Chest X-Ray Abnormal, Foaming at the Mouth, PaO2 Decreased

  • Neonatal Respiratory Distress Syndrome

    Low PaO2, and if very severe, increased PaCO2 What lab findings are indicative of neonatal respiratory distress syndrome?[quizlet.com] Decreased lung volume (heart appears larger), "ground glass" opacities (hazy diffuse appearance), air bronchograms (normally you cannot see the bronchi out peripherally).[quizlet.com]

  • Drowning

    All patients undergo assessment of oxygenation by oximetry or, if results are abnormal or if there are respiratory symptoms or signs, ABG and chest x-ray.[merckmanuals.com] More significant symptoms would be persistent cough, foam at the mouth or nose, confusion, or abnormal behavior, all of which warrant attention.[web.archive.org] Symptomatic patients can present with symptoms such as respiratory distress, tachypnea, hypoxia, coughing, or foaming from the mouth or nose.[cdemcurriculum.com]

  • Asthma

    (a) The chest x-ray shows an abnormal distension of the fundus of the stomach.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] (b) The overinflated balloon of the endotracheal tube is evident in the computerized tomography of the chest and upper abdomen.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

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  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

    Chest CT may reveal abnormalities that are not apparent on the chest x-ray and may also suggest coexisting or complicating disorders, such as pneumonia, pneumoconiosis, or[merckmanuals.com] Findings on a chest x-ray or computed tomography (CT) of the chest may also help in diagnosis of emphysema and sometimes chronic bronchitis.[merckmanuals.com] x-rays.[merckmanuals.com]

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  • Atelectasis

    .  Pulse oximetry: (SpO2) (less than 90%) or a (PaO2).  Physical examination: Decreased breath sounds and crackles are heard over the affected area. 13.[slideshare.net] Atelectasis was measured by lung density measurements, in Hounsfield units, with computed tomography scans, decreased PaO2 levels (partial pressure of oxygen dissolved in[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

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  • Respiratory Syncytial Virus Infection

    […] consistent with lower respiratory tract infection (LRTI) on a chest X-ray relative to the most recent chest X-ray, as determined by the local radiologist.[clinicaltrials.gov] The doctor listens with a stethoscope for wheezing and other abnormal lung sounds in the patient's chest.[healthofchildren.com] […] associated with a previously existing diagnosis, eg, chronic rhinorrhea, seasonal allergies, chronic lung disease) respiratory symptoms 7 days prior to Day 1 No evidence of new abnormalities[clinicaltrials.gov]

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  • Chronic Bronchitis

    88-92% (PaO2 of 60-70).[clinicaladvisor.com] ; pathogenic bacteria in the sputum; abnormal pulmonary function test results; and often chest x-ray signs of increased bronchial markings. interventions Patients with chronic[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com] Chest CT may reveal abnormalities that are not apparent on the chest x-ray and may also suggest coexisting or complicating disorders, such as pneumonia, pneumoconiosis, or[msdmanuals.com]

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  • Congestive Heart Failure

    Chest X-ray and thoracic CT showed ground glass opacities or consolidation spreading from the hilar area to the peripheral area, suggesting central redistribution.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] To confirm the diagnosis the doctor may perform a number of tests including: Chest X-rays Blood tests 12-lead electrocardiograms (EKGs) Urinalysis Exercise tests/stress tests[advocatehealth.com] Chest X-ray: A chest X-ray may show that you have an enlarged heart or signs of lung congestion.[verywell.com]

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  • Myocardial Infarction

    This patient had a clear history of carbon monoxide poisoning, acute respiratory distress, bilateral lung dry and moist rale, chest X-ray showed bilateral pulmonary edema,[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] […] or seen but not clearly defined on the chest X-ray.[web.archive.org] abnormal ventricular wall movement, coronary angiography suggested left main trunk and 3-vessel lesions, suggesting diagnosis acute carbon monoxide poisoning, acute coronary[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

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  • Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome

    Chest X-rays showed abnormalities in 60–100% of the patients [ 16 ].[em-consulte.com] PaO2/FiO2 ratio (a decreased PaO2/FiO2 ratio indicates reduced arterial oxygenation from the available inhaled gas): mild ARDS: 201 – 300 mmHg ( 39.9 kPa) moderate ARDS:[en.wikipedia.org] x-ray Severe pneumonia Coughing and purulent sputum, Consolidation foci in chest x-ray Pulmonary thromboembolism "Almost" normal chest x-ray with refractory hypoxemia Mixed[xlung.net]

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