A 52 year old male presents to the ED with acute onset unilateral eye pain after an accidental splash into his eye while cleaning with an ammonia-based solution. He is noted to have a hazy cornea and faint blurring of the pupillary margin.
Kat Kaminski, MD
A 25 year old male with a history of IVDU is brought to the ED by EMS after being found down for what is suspected to be a prolonged period of time. Narcan has been given by paramedics after drug paraphernalia was found in his pockets but the patient remains obtunded.
A 30-year-old male with a history of IVDU and HIV presents to the ED complaining of cough, dyspnea, and chills for the past week. He is unsure when he last took ART. CXR reveals focal infiltrates consistent with pneumonia. What is the #1 cause of pneumonia in patients with HIV similar to this man?
A 25-year-old male presents to the ED with fever associated with severe arthralgias and a retro-orbital headache for the past 3 days after returning from a trip to Thailand. On exam he appears flushed and uncomfortable. Labs are notable for thrombocytopenia. What is the treatment for this diagnosis?