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Week 4, Round 2: Pulmonary Pathogens

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AUTHORS:
Tracie Potis
LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
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Cornia PB, Hersh AL, Lipsky BA, Newman TB, Gonzales R. Does this coughing adolescent or adult patient have pertussis? JAMA. 2
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Yandiola PP, Capelastegui A, Quintana J, Diez R, Gorordo I, Bilbao A, Zalacain R, Menendez R, Torres A. Prospective compariso
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Kennedy M, Bates DW, Wright SB, Ruiz R, Wolfe RE, Shapiro NI. Do emergency department blood cultures change practice in patie
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Light RW. Clinical Practice. Pleural Effusion. New Eng J Med 2002 June 20; 346(25): 1971-7. PMID: 12075059
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AccessEmergency Medicine > Emergency Radiology: Case Studies > Chapter I-3. Hidden Pneumonia and Pneumonia Mimics
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Chapter
AccessEmergency Medicine > Emergency Radiology: Case Studies > Chapter I-14. White-Out Of Thorax—Atelectasis and Pleural Fibrosis
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Access Test (Specific questions)
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AccessMedicine > Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine: A Comprehensive Study Guide, 8e > Acute Bronchitis and Upper Respiratory Tract Infections
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Chapter
AccessMedicine > Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine: A Comprehensive Study Guide, 8e > Pneumonia and Pulmonary Infiltrates
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AccessMedicine > Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine: A Comprehensive Study Guide, 8e > Lung Empyema and Abscess
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Chapter
AccessMedicine > Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine: A Comprehensive Study Guide, 8e > Tuberculosis
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Chapter
AccessEmergency Medicine > Emergency Radiology: Case Studies > Chapter I-1. Typical Lobar Pneumonia—How to Read a Chest Radiograph
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Chapter
AccessEmergency Medicine > Emergency Radiology: Case Studies > Chapter I-2. Subtle Pneumonia—Silhouette Signs
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