Case 64: Endobronchial Foreign Body

  title={Case 64: Endobronchial Foreign Body},
  author={John G. Brock-Utne},
  • John G. Brock-Utne
  • Published 2012
  • Medicine
  • You are on a medical mission to a small African country. You have just arrived. In the emergency room, you watch a stream of patients coming to be seen. The doctor on call happens to be an elderly gentleman, who does everything himself. The main reason that he does everything is that he is the only doctor in the hospital. A 16-month-old boy is admitted with increasing wheezing and stridor over the past 4 h. The child has had a history of asthma for 3–4 months, which has not got better with… CONTINUE READING

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