Female Lacrosse Player With Persistent Cough - Page #3

Lab Studies:
WBC 25.8 N 89% L 5% M 6%
Hematocrit 30.5
Platelets 486
Group A Strep Negative
Respiratory panel Positive for Parainfluenza 1
Sputum culture with oral flora and PMN's
Blood cultures Negative
Chemistry and LFTs WNL
HIV negative
AFB and fungal cultures Negative

Other Studies:
Chest X-ray Case Photo #1: "Extensive airspace disease with lucencies in the right upper lobe with nodular component, concern for cavitary/necrotizing pneumonia..."

Infectious Disease Consult for recommendations on outpatient antibiotic therapy following 48 hours of IV therapy.

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