This patient is a 52 year old woman with a history of type 2 diabetes who presents with a 1 week history of bilateral flank pain associated with fevers and dysuria. 95/50 115 16 102.5F 100%RA
This patient is a 61 year old female with a history of hypertension and diabetes who presents with 3 weeks of intermittent exertional left sided chest pain. The pain is dull, non-pleuritic, always comes on when walking around and resolves with rest. +shortness of breath. Vitals: 95/50 125 22 98.6 97% RA. What diagnosis is suggested by the following bedside echo, and what can be measured to clinch the diagnosis?
A 60 year old female presents with painful right neck swelling. She has a past medical history of alcoholic hepatic cirrhosis. Her vitals signs are within normal limits. On examination she has a mass in the right submandibular area. It is tender to palpation, but smooth with no fluctuance. The following images are obtained of the swollen mass.
The patient is a 32 year old male who has a history of IV drug use, presents as a transfer from an outside hospital (OSH) for sepsis. Was taken to the OSH with bouts of lethargy/AMS mixed with episodes of combativeness. Noted to be febrile, hypotensive. Given 5L NS and a dose of vancomycin PTA. On exam you hear a blowing diastolic murmur. What is the diagnosis and most appropriate management for this patient?
A 56 year old male is brought in by paramedics complaining of generalized abdominal pain and distension. He is 1 week status-post operative colonic resection and anastomosis. His vitals are a temperature of 38.5C, pulse of 115, blood pressure of 95/65, respiratory rate of 32, and saturations of 94% on room air. Bedside ultrasound shows the following: