Case 64: Diagnosing H1N1 Lung Involvement
How to suspect H1N1 lung involvement
The first patient is a 70-years old man who presented with severe breathlessness and fever on Mar 12, 2020. The second is a 65-years old man who presented in a similar manner recently.
H1N1 lung involvement can be a tricky diagnosis, especially if the viral tests are negative. Currently, the main differential is COVID-19, but there are clues that allow us to suspect one over the other.
The video describes lung findings in H1N1 and how to differentiate these from COVID-19.
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