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I have been diganoised as GIST duodenum and had undergone whipple's pancreatico glarodeneclomty 0n 23rd April 2010. I developed complications including Upple GI bleeding, delayed gastric emptying and respiratory complications from which I was slowly recovering. I have done trachiostomy I am still on Jejunostomy feeds . Now I have been identified having lung infection for my continous fever and given strong anti biotics .
There is no bleeding in intestine and the CT scan shows no abnormality or blood collection and chest xray is clear.but the doctors can not able to find the reason for the fever which gone up to 105 decree couple days before. Please let me know the treatment which is given to me correction for my infection
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