Postobstructive pulmonary edema that developed immediately after the removal of an endobronchial foreign body.

@article{Masuda2015PostobstructivePE,
  title={Postobstructive pulmonary edema that developed immediately after the removal of an endobronchial foreign body.},
  author={Atsunori Masuda and Fumihiro Asano and Akifumi Tsuzuku and Takuya Sobajima and Anri Murakami and Yoshihiko Matsuno and Kazuhiro Hirata and Kunihiro Matsunami and Atsushi Imamura},
  journal={Internal medicine},
  year={2015},
  volume={54 5},
  pages={
          497-502
        }
}
The patient was a 5-year-old boy who was transported to our hospital for a paroxysmal cough, disturbance of consciousness, tonic-clonic convulsions and labored breathing. The patient's respiratory failure persisted after the convulsions remitted, and the presence of an endobronchial foreign body was suspected based on the findings of chest CT performed the following day. A peanut was subsequently removed from the right main bronchus using a bronchoscope with tracheal intubation and bag valve… CONTINUE READING

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