Author | David W. Unkle, MSN, RN

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An HIV-infected patient with bilateral pneumonia

April 07, 2008

A 43-year-old homeless woman presented with a 2-week history of fever, chills, sweats, generalized pain, and cough that was productive of purulent green-yellow sputum mixed with blood. She reported a 15-lb weight loss over the past 6 weeks.