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Post covid lung fibrosis
Respected sir/madam My mother was tested covid positive through RTPCR on 30 april.Her symptoms started on 22 april with fever , weakness,cough and sore throat.We started medicine according to protocol such as Azithromycin 500 single tab for 5 days , Paracetamol 500 on fever.After 7 days we started methyl prednisolone 8 mg twice for 8 days later tapered 4 mg twice for 4 days.Her symptoms persisted for 16 days. Following test done D Dimer 0.7 on 8 may CRP 6.6 on 8 may LDH 489 on 8 may HRCT score 9/25 with fibrosis on left and right lower lobe
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Do a online consultation with a pulmonologist for further evaluation and management
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