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COVID home O2 sat

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Note: controversies are not meant to have a “right” answer – they are to see how most people are practicing. Would love your comments also regarding your thought processes and the evidence behind your decisions. We can learn from each other!

You have diagnosed an 11 year old boy who has a PMH of mild intermittent asthma with COVID (he has been symptomatic with fever, vomiting, cough, and myalgias for 2 days). Currently, his RR is 20, SaO2 98% on room air, and his lungs are clear to auscultation. He has home albuterol MDI with spacer available. You discharge him with a portable pulse oximeter. For what persistent SaO2 would you tell the parent to bring him back to the ED?

Mild asthma, COVID+, RTED for what O2 sat?

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pemsou5_wp • January 15, 2021


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