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Location: Emergency room Vitals: BP 100/60 mm Hg; HR is 50/min, regular; RR is 10/min; Temp. 37C(98.6). HPI: 28-yr old white female is brought to ER in unconscious state. Family reports that she is a very healthy female, has no medical problems, not on any medications, and did not find any empty bot...
Location: Emergency room Vital signs: BP:90/60 mmHg, HR:128/min regular, Temp:100.0° F, R.R:30/min rapid and shallow C.C: Vomitings and abdominal pain. HPI: A 20-yr-old woman presents to E.R with 5 episodes of vomiting, abdominal pain, weakness and increasing drowsiness of one-day duration. During t...
Location: Emergency room Presenting complaint: A 7-month-old boy presents with severe breathlessness of sudden onset Vitals: Pulse: 100/min, B.P: 80/55 mm Hg, Temp: 98.70F, R.R: 40/min, Weight: 6.8 kg (15lbs), Height: 53 cm HPI: A 7-month-old boy is brought to the ER with severe cough, stridor, and ...
- 10 Oct 2015, 16:39
- Forum: Notes
- Topic: HYPERTENSIVE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT IN CASE STUDY
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Location: Emergency room Presenting complaint: A 55-year-old male presents with recent onset confusion, blurry vision and headache. Vitals: Pulse:75/min, B.P:215/150 mm Hg, Temp:98.8 F, R.R: 16/min, Height:72 inches (180 cm), Weight:72 Kg (158.4 lbs) HPI: A 55-year-old white male comes to the E.R wi...
Location: Emergency room Vitals: Pulse: 80/min; B.P: 145/90 mm Hg; Temp: 98.8 F; R.R: 16/min; Height: 72 inches (180 cm); Weight: 72 Kg (158.4 lbs) . CC: Severe chest pain HPI: A 60-year old white male comes to E.R with a two- hour history of severe central chest pain that began while relaxing on th...
- 08 Oct 2015, 19:13
- Forum: General Discussions
- Topic: IMPORTANT: To All Members & Membership Applicants
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