Diffuse Alveolar Hemorrhage

Diffuse alveolar hemorrhage (DAH) refers to hemorrhage which originates in the pulmonary microvasculature. It is a life threatening respiratory disease. The clinical syndrome of alveolar hemmorrhage is characterized by diffuse pulmonary infiltrates, hypoxemic respiratory failure, falling haematocrit and hemoptysis. 
People with alveolar hemorrhage face dyspnea, hemoptysis and cough. The diagnosis and physical exam are quite nonspecific.  Pateinst will make a rapid succession on their pulmonary test.

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