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Pneumonia (suspious 4 covid 19) CT 17/25
I have fever , body pain and sore throat from 6th May. Took doctors prescription. Diagnosis test result on 13th may  are - CRP 39.1 mg/l.   ferritim serum 215.4  ng/ml  , blood sugar random 124 mg/dl and chest X ray . Today 17th May  HRCT scan done. CT score is 17/25.  Is there need to worry ?? Spo2 92-94 (sitting/Rest position). Only After walk/ washroom - spo2 reduced to 90 otherwise maintained above 92. Medicines are - fastclav 500, doxypal DR L , rabilow D, dolo.650, immu c ,  ubifine, montekshi-L , mecbery xt syrup ,  rompred 8mg , Amucoe  Nac tab. Pls suggest should I need to *hospitalized or can treated at home*. We are living in villages.  Also can the given medicines are enough to cure or what steroid or medicine need to add ?? Report attached. Current situation- light breathing problem. If not take dolo 650. Then fever come. Otherwise no other problem. Pls suggest home treatment possibility...
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