A systematic approach to hemoptysis

Lenner, Roberta; Almenoff, Peter L.
September 1999
Patient Care;9/30/1999, Vol. 33 Issue 15, p49
Academic Journal
Focuses on the possible causes of respiratory hemoptysis, its diagnosis and the appropriate management of the condition. Signs and symptoms; Diagnostic evaluation; Indications for bronchoscopy; Advantages of high-resolution computed tomography used in diagnostic evaluation; Treatment; Indication for radiation and emergency surgery.


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