Carbon Monoxide

Giant81

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if you can't figure out if CO would cause a change in lung sounds, I'm afraid for your psychopathology instructor.
 

ERDoc

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It's well known that CO, when mixed into a aqueous solution as found in the alveoli, forms 1,3,5-dimethy-3-ethyl baadsiht. In this form it causes pulmonary scrotalgia. Based on that, you should be able to figure out what the lung sounds would be.
 

medichopeful

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if you can't figure out if CO would cause a change in lung sounds, I'm afraid for your psychopathology instructor.
Do you perhaps mean pathophysiology instructor?
 

DrParasite

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they should should carbon monoxidey.

if they don't, than the patient has an underlying condition that you haven't identified.
 

Handsome Robb

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Your Siri is smart. All mine ever does is insert "duck" into all of my texts...
Yours does that too!?


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VentMonkey

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Scratch the clear bilaterally part that was a brain fart. In other news, I just found out I passed my nremt-b on the first try!
But alas, what will you do if your first patient presents in CO poisoning? Or are they just ill for various other reasons??o_O

Inquiring minds would like to know.
 

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