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Upon physical examination, the patient was alert, tachypneic, and being with dry mucous membranes.
On physical examination, the child was pale and tachypneic (respiratory rate 56/min) with bilateral rales.
On physical examination, she was alert and reactive, but unable to move any limb; she also was tachypneic and incapable to talk.
On examination he was weighing <2SD for age and sex, saturating 88% in air, well perfused, but tachypneic with mild S/C recession, had clear chest, 2/6 systolic murmur at LSE and no hepatomegaly.
Distribution of clinical characteristics of the sample Clinical characteristics of the sample n % Diagnosis Neuroloy 8 32 Orthopaedics 4 16 Gastroenterology 4 16 Urology 2 8 Hepatology 1 4 Multiple diagnosis 6 24 Level of conscience Normal 5 20 Disordered 19 76 Not mentioned 1 4 Breathing clinical picture Eupneic 13 52 Tachypneic 2 8 Dyspneic 6 24 Not mentioned 4 16 Feeding situation VO 0 0 VO UDC 13 52 Zero diet 10 40 Not mentioned 2 8 Caption: VO = Via oral feeding route; VO UDC = Via oral feeding route under doctor's criteria.
Five minutes later, she complained of chest pain again and she became hypotensive (BP: 72/59 mmHg), dyspneic, and tachypneic (Sp[O.sub.2] 88% on nasal cannula).
On initial evaluation, she was febrile to 101.3[degrees]F, tachycardic, tachypneic, and hypoxic to 90% on room air.
On admission to the ICU, she was afebrile with a temperature of 97.7[degrees] F, tachycardic with a pulse of 115/min, tachypneic with a respiratory rate of 22/min, and was hypotensive (a low blood pressure as low as 75/48).
He was hypothermic (33.5[degrees]C) and tachypneic (77bpm) with an appropriate heart rate for the age (147 bpm).
On admission, she was found to be tachypneic, tachycardic, and afebrile.
On the fifth postoperative day, while slowly weaning off the ventilator, he became tachypneic, with signs of progressive hypoxia and right heart failure.