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I have a pleural effusion caused from a pulmonary embolism?

Posted 4 Nov 2016 by Kannon K 1 answer

I had a pulmonary embolism which caused pleural effusion in my left lung. I've had it for 5 weeks I'm still in a lot of pain,I can't sleep and have dizzy spells is it normal for me to still have it or should I be worried

I recently was hospitalized for 10 days for epiglottitis. I received no treatment for approximately?

Posted 18 Nov 2015 by Jetfuel 0 answers

... 6 to 7 hours. I ended up with aspiration pneumonia and pleural effusions. Is it a correct assumption that these were complications that occurred because of delayed treatment and also attributed to the extended hospital stay

Patient with CLL and pleural effusion. Does imbruvica,420mg per day, affect amount of fluid drained?

Posted 1 Aug 2014 by Aquarelle 2 answers

Husband was diagnosed with CLL a year ago, refused chemo at first, but got hospitalized in May with ex tensive pleural effusion. They put a pleural catheter(over 3l was drained).HGB was 5.5.WBC over 200000.He was put on chemotherapy, but did 2 treatments out of 6, as his doctor thought it ...

Hydrochlorothiazide - Is this the same drug as lasix?

Posted 20 Dec 2013 by cyndi69 1 answer

Im out of lasix and a friend told me that this was basically the same drug. I'm talking lasix for a pleural effusion in my right lung

Is their any drug interaction between Reparil Dragees tab and Sutent tab?

Posted 15 Mar 2013 by abubasil1 1 answer

I was taking Sutent Drug for lungs cancer (Cannon’s Ball) after using Reparil tab for shoulder pain got Pleural effusion

What is effective drug for patient with pleural effusion?

Posted 16 Nov 2009 by minsoethura 1 answer

what is effective drug for pleural effusion?`please answer detail

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