Last updated on:March 12th, 2021
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A 28 year old man presents with severe dyspnea and wheezing for 1 day. He was diagnosed with mild persistent bronchial asthma in childhood, and is currently on a salbutamol inhaler.
He also experienced a mild productive cough, rhinorrhea and a sore throat during the preceding week.
He does not smoke and has no other comorbidities or allergies.