Volume 15, Number 8—August 2009
Avian Influenza Virus A (H5N1), Detected through Routine Surveillance, in Child, Bangladesh
|Difficult/fast breathing||Yes, 3|
|Mental status/activity changes||No|
|Antimicrobial drugs or other
medications prior to clinic visit
|Clinical findings (day 7)|
|Blood pressure, systolic/diastolic||90/50|
|Respiratory rate, breaths/min||40|
|Head, eyes, ears, nose, throat||Rhinorrhea (clear)|
|Chest auscultation||Clear bilaterally|
|Neurologic||Alert, no distress, nonfocal|
|Chest radiograph||Bilateral perihilar alveolar infiltrates (air bronchograms)|
*Chief complaint and first symptom.
†Based on National Center for Health Statistics reference data.
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