Indications for Chest Radiography in Adult Patients with Symptoms of Acute Bronchitis

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Indications for Chest Radiography in Adult Patients with Symptoms of Acute Bronchitis
[checklist name="Q1" value="Dyspnea=1|Bloody sputum=1|Rusty sputum color=1|Pulse greater than 100 beats per minute=1|Respiratory rate greater than 24 beats per minute=1|Oral body temperature greater than 100 degrees F (37.8 degrees C)=1|Focal consolidation on chest exam=1|Egophony on chest exam=1|Fremitus on chest exam=1"]
Xray indications --> [calc value="score1=(Q1)" memo="number"]
Recommendation --> [calc value="score2=(Q1);score2>0?'Radiography indications are present':'No indications for radiography are present'" memo="suggestion"]
[checkbox memo="display/hide references" name="footnotes" value=""][conditional field="footnotes" condition="(footnotes).isNot('')"]
Reference:
[link url="https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16428698" memo="#1"] Braman SS. Chronic cough due to acute bronchitis: ACCP evidence-based clinical practice guidelines. Chest. 2006 Jan;129(1 Suppl):95S-103S. [/conditional]
Indications for Chest Radiography in Adult Patients with Symptoms of Acute Bronchitis

Xray indications --> numberscore1=(Q1)
Recommendation --> suggestionscore2=(Q1);score2>0?'Radiography indications are present':'No indications for radiography are present'
display/hide references
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