Patient Encounter 2 Part 1

A 73-year-old woman presents to your clinic complaining of difficulty breathing and shortness of breath. Her physical examination reveals that she is alert and oriented x3, has decreased breath sounds on the left side compared with the right, and has rales in the left lower lobe. Her temperature is 37.4°C (99.3°F), respiratory rate is 20 breaths per minute, and blood pressure is 110/76 mm Hg.

What are her signs and symptoms of pneumonia?

What are the top two organisms that could be causing the pneumonia?

What additional information do you need to know before creating a treatment plan for this patient?

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