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> Original Article: Does This Patient Have Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia? > Clinical Scenario >
On day 5 of admission, he develops tachypnea, tachycardia, hypoxemia, and a new fever. His nurse...
> Original Article: Does This Patient Have Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia? > Results > Accuracy of Clinical Findings and Laboratory Data > Clinical Findings >
The clinical features classically associated with VAP, such as fever, abnormally high or low...
> Original Article: Does This Patient Have Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia? > Scenario Resolution >
The patient's fever, leukocytosis, and radiographic infiltrate are all nonspecific findings that,...
The Rational Clinical Examination EDUCATION GUIDES
Adult Appendicitis: James M. Wagner, MD,
discusses the clinical examination for adult appendicitis. (12:15)
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