This case involves a recently incarcerated woman who had a history of drug abuse. One month after being in prison, the patient presented to the clinic complaining of a persistently elevated heart rate with nausea and vomiting. The infirmary observed the patient for four days and only prescribed fluids and Tylenol. On the fifth day, the patient started complaining of shortness of breath and was brought to a local hospital. Once examined, she was immediately transferred to the ICU. The patient had advanced pneumonia that was unable to be controlled. The patient’s condition deteriorated further as she developed severe pulmonary edema and congestive heart failure. The patient died from complications one week after her admission.