SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) 11) A 10-month-old infant is broughtto the emergency department because of labored breathing for 1 hour She has had cough, coryza, and feverfor 18 hours Hertemperature is 39Â°C (1022Â°F), pulse is 120/mni, respirations are 54/mni. and blood pressure is 82/60 mm Hg Pulse oximetry shows an oxygen saturation of 92% Bilateral wheezes and basilar crackles are heard o A) Allergen-induced bronchospasm o B) Barotrauma-related alveolar disease O C) Cardiac-induced pulmonary edema o D) Chemical irritant pneumonitis o E) Community-acquired viral disease O F) Contiguously spread bacterial infection 0 G) Osmotically generated fluid shift O H) Toxin-mediated capillary leak I think it is bilateral wheezes , probably virus is the correct one. But can virus be so severe? I know that has bacteral infection after the virus infection. But that is should happen when URI is getting better. Thank you!