Typical symptoms include cough, fever, and sputum production, usually developing over days and sometimes accompanied by pleurisy. Physical examination may detecttachypnea and signs of consolidation, such as crackles with bronchial breath sounds. Thissyndrome is commonly caused by bacteria, such as S. pneumoniae and H. influenzae.
a. Patient’s Profile Name: R.C.S.B.Age: 1 yr,1 mo.Weight:10 kgsReligion: Roman CatholicMother: C.B.Address: Valenzuela City b. Chief Complaint: Fever Date of Admission: 1
admissionHospital Number: 060000086199c. History of Present Illness2 days PTA – (+) cough(+) nasal congestion, watery to greenish(+) nasal dischargeTx: Disudrin ODLoviscol ODFew hrs PTA - (+) fever, Tmax= 39.3 C(+) difficulty of breathing(+) vomiting, 1 episodeTx: Paracetamol