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Grandmother Spo2 level 87
Hello My grandmother spo2 level is 87 ..she is suffering from cough...her age is 67 ..is it ok or some test should be run for her
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Spo2 level of 87 is not normal, kindly admit In nearby hospital for further evaluation and management
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Take to the hospital..oxygen levels are low..need to evaluate..
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Need to evaluate in detail without any delay along with the detailed history and comorbidities etc the saturation is not normal,she is in respiratory failure, consult pulmonologist for further evaluation and treatment
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She needs assessment urgently in emergency room if this low oxygen level is new.
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Pl do covid tests.it is better to admit her in a hospital, and evaluate.Does she have any co morbidities.pl consult Pulmonologist online with all the reports and treatment taken.
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