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What Would I Do Next? | Pneumothorax

Marcus Myers, DO, Mike Weinstock, MD, and Nathaniel Reinemeyer, MD
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This 32-year-old woman presented with shortness of breath and chest pain following an acupuncture treatment for back pain. She has unilateral decreased breath sounds and a CXR confirms the diagnosis of PTX. There is discussion of ways to differentiate tension PTX from simple PTX and other possible complications from acupuncture such as infection, aorto-duodenal fistula and chylothorax.

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Alphabet Soup: TXA & IVDA Full episode audio for MD edition 210:46 min - 99 MB - M4AHippo Urgent Care RAP - January 2018 Summary 343 KB - PDF

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