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Yes, that is how it is how it is diagnosed. They see the fluids and they go by the sound of the breathing. I am assuming you are asking about your son that was in the ER. He probably just has a bad cold. But if you are still concerned take him to a regular pediatrician. An ER doc. is not a specialist in kids and they are very, very busy. The regular pediatrician be it yours or a drop in clinic will be better at hearing what is happening.
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