Identifying patients who could
benefit from a new option

Patient Profile: Peter

Not an actual patient

Symptomatic enough for admission?

Clinical presentation and medical history

  • 46-year-old male presents to ED with 4-day history of:
    • Productive cough
    • Pleuritic chest pain
    • Generalized malaise and fever
  • Recreational athlete with previous knee injury
  • Treated 1 week ago with 5-day course of antivirals for influenza B
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efficacy results

Patient Profile: Julia

Not an actual patient

A case of resistance?

Clinical presentation and medical history

  • 72-year-old female presents to pulmonologist with 2-day history of:
    • Chronic cough with increased sputum production
    • Fever and chills
    • Fatigue
    • Increased dyspnea (at rest)
  • COPD, hypertension, and coronary artery disease
  • Two weeks prior to admission, completed 5-day course of azithromycin for chronic bronchitis
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efficacy results

Patient Profile: Andrew

Not an actual patient

Can transition to oral shorten length of stay?

Clinical presentation and medical history

  • 60-year-old male presents to ED with 6-day history of:
    • Increasing cough with sputum production
    • Fatigue and insomnia
  • Diabetes Type 2, on oral agents, poorly controlled
  • Obesity
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efficacy results

Patient Profile: Helen

Not an actual patient

Can hospitalization be avoided with an oral option?

Clinical presentation and medical history

  • 61-year-old female presents to PCP with 5-day history of:
    • Cough w/purulent sputum and shortness of breath
    • Left-sided chest pain
    • Fatigue, malaise, loss of appetite
    • Appears weak and flushed
  • Hypertension and diabetes Type 2
  • Physical exam revealed decreased breath sounds, dullness to percussion, and lower-left-lobe crackles
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efficacy results

COPD=chronic obstructive pulmonary disease; ED=emergency department.