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S. infectious lung destructionD. acute myocarditisE. bronchial obstruction8. A patient 51 years old, complaining of dyspnea, increasing in a horizontalposition, especially on the left side. Objective: The patient in forced sittingposition, acrocyanosis, RR - 27/min., Heart rate - 110 beats / min., Arrhythmias,blood pressure - 140/90 mmHg. Over the right half of the chest voice tremblingsharply weakened, dull percussion sound, auscultation - vesicular breath sharplyreduced. On chest X-ray - left homogeneous shadow to level II with the upper edgeslash, mediastinal organs are shifted to the right. The method of choice for thetreatment in this case is:
9. The optimal amount of pleural effusion was evacuated during the one-offtreatment of pleural puncture is:
10. Nonetiology treatment of fibrinosis pleurisy includes:
6.2. Information necessary for the formation of knowledge-skills can be foundin:- Basic literature source:1. Harrison's Manual in Medicine. 20th edition / Ed.by J. L. Jameson, A.S. Fauci,D.L. Kasper et al. / McGraw-Hill Education, 2020. 1245 p.2. Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine. 20th edition / Ed.by J. L. Jameson,A.S. Fauci, D.L. Kasper et al. / McGraw-Hill Education, 2020. 3528 p.Saguil A, Wyrick K, Hallgren J. Diagnostic approach to pleural effusion. Am FamPhysician. 2014; 90:99-104.
2. Wilcox ME, Chong CA, Stanbrook MB, et al. Does this patient have anexudative pleural effusion? The Rational Clinical Examination systematic review.JAMA. 2014;311:2422-2431.3. BTS Pleural disease guideline 2016 – a quick reference guide- Additional literature source:

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Pneumothorax, Pleural effusion, pleural disease

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