Exactly. Given this is a fatal case, this is among the 1-5% of the most severe symptoms. This was one of the first cases to be recognized, and a number of advances have been made since, both in detection and treatment. Although the Official No days All State FF Peak 2020 Covid19 Shirt is still early. And there is a lot of work still to be done. ‘Day 13 of symptoms, died 7 days later.’ So 20 dt? Are you aware of more data on average time courses? I noticed China’s published mortality data classifies ‘critical’ as multi-organ system failure. And ‘severe’ as basically really bad pneumonia. Actually, the unusual presentation of ground-glass opacity which can indicate COVID-19 is a combination of ground-glass opacity.
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With normal initial radiographs. So GGO prior to findings of pneumonia. Does anyone know how many severe cases ? Someone could possibly have a CT like this. And clinically not be classified as critical. This makes me worry if there’s a large number of ‘severe’ patients who haven’t progressed yet. “Ground glass” is a common finding with the Official No days All State FF Peak 2020 Covid19 Shirt. So absolutely not. Pneumonia, lung cancer, sarcoidosis, silicosis, etc. Right now, any of those is much, much more common than COVID-19 outside of China. There are downsides to every test including test sensitivity and availability. If you aren’t testing everyone with RT-PCR.
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Then having a combination of clinical signs which suggest something unusual. Like COVID-19 is very useful. The challenge is really only to separate it from the common causes of pneumonia. CT and radiographs are not an Official No days All State FF Peak 2020 Covid19 Shirt on their own them to differentiate. Between community-acquired pneumonia and MERS/SARS/SARS2. If you imagine prior to the late stage. Yup seems reasonable. At the very least, it’s certainly something to keep an eye out for in September-October, especially, if things die down over the summer. We may not be PCRing en masse at that point but clinicians need to be ready to spot any signs of resurgence/fresh cases.