The patient is a 73 year old female with a history of remote aortic aneurysm repair who presents with complaints of dizziness, near syncope and a fall one hour PTA. The patient has mild dementia and is unable to give further history.
67 yo nursing home patient presents with altered mental status. Vitals signs are as follows: BP 92/78, HR: 115, RR: 35, O2 sat: 89%. Patient is moaning and uncooperative with the physical exam. On auscultation, you are unable to appreciate any overt lobular rales or wheezing. You think you feel a distended bladder in the […]
The patient is a 65 y/o female who presents from home with severe shortness of breath, weakness and confusion per EMS. Family is enroute, EMS has no further history at this time. Vitals: 78/30, 140, 28, 82% RA, 99.6F. What is the diagnosis and treatment?
The patient is a 39 y/o female with a h/o lupus who is post-op day #7 status-post renal transplant. The patient complains of abdominal pain with gross hematuria for several days. Upon arrival, the patient’s initial vitals were a BP of 137/59 and a pulse of 91. Examination showed cold extremities, moderate diffuse abdominal tenderness/distension and a pale tongue. I-stat […]