On presentation, the patient appeared to be in no distress. Her
temperature was 36.8°C, heart rate was 73 beats/min, BP was 110/80 mm
Hg, respiratory rate was 16 breaths/min, and oxygen saturation was 96%
while breathing room air. Head, eye, ear, nose, and throat examination
findings were normal, and the neck was without elevation of jugular
venous pulse. The chest examination revealed faint end
inspiratory crackles diffusely. There were no wheezes. Cardiovascular
examination revealed a regular rhythm without murmurs, gallops, or
rubs, and there was a normally split S2 sound.
Findings of the abdominal examination were normal, and the extremities
were without clubbing, cyanosis, or edema.