Explain the pathophysiology of Mr Jensen’s post-operative hypovolemia and how some of his post-operative assessment data might have contributed to this. In addition explain how the body might compensate for this physiologically (approximately 800 words). (997 Words)
As I approached the scene I saw two Suffolk County police department sector cars on scene and a first responder. This was a summer evening, you could still feel the humidity lingering in the air. Over the radio, the cops relayed that CPR was in progress. I approached the house, entered using the side entrance. Before I even step foot in the door I could hear sobbing and the distress in a woman 's voice. I carried in the necessary equipment, the cops were actively doing CPR as the advanced life support provider (ALS) was looking for IV access. As EMS personnel we took over for the cops, we placed a LUCAS device on him, it 's a device that does compressions for you. Then, we continued ventilating the patient and placed him on a backboard in preparation to transport and move the patient.
Jimmie Bowman was seen in followup for CIDP, causing previous weakness and numbness of his distal lower extremities. He states that the strength of his distal lower extremities [____] continues improved and is staying normal. He has occasional mild feeling of numbness of his feet, but states this is staying down to what he can tolerate. He is not having pain of his feet. He is no longer on Imuran. He was on this previously for CIDP.
DOI: 12/13/2012. This is a case of a 63-year-old male security officer who sustained a work-related injury to the right knee when he missed a step and fell down the stairs. As per Omni, the patient had a right knee meniscus tear. The patient had right knee replacement on 11/19/14.
This is a 93-year-old female who presents to follow up on multiple medical conditions. She is here with her son. Chief Concern: Ear feels blocked, skin tear, check on heart and lungs. HPI: Mrs. Norma Blok is a 93-year-old woman who recently had a TAVR aortic valve repair. She has done quite
Mr. Wannabe has returned to the ward after Triple Coronary Artery Bypass Graft two days ago. He has spent two nights in the special care unit and is now haemodynamically stable and had been well organized to be transferred to his room. He is alert and orientated with mild to moderate complains of pain. Earlier that day, he had his chest drain removed and an x-ray has been done. He was on slow AF with 75-100 bpm, asymptomatic and the surgeon is well aware. Pacing (pacemaker) wires x 2 are in situ and pacing box is at the bedside. The treatment plan I have outlined is for Mr. Wannabe’s post-operative nursing management while in the ward setting in reference to Gulanick & Myers’ (2013) nursing care plan (pp. 312-324).
The patient tells me that she has trouble with abdominal pain on and off for several years. She, a little more than a year ago, went through an extensive evaluation with William E. Maher, MD in gastroenterology for abdominal pain and ultimately was told that this was likely IBS. She says at that time, she underwent evaluation with an ultrasound, HIDA scan, laboratory studies. She previously had a colonoscopy prior to that in 2009. Reportedly everything was normal. Ultimately, her symptoms resolved and she had been feeling well for quite some time. Recently, in the last couple of weeks, she started noticing a similar type of pain. It was on the left
The patien is a 70-year-old gentleman who presented to Dr. McInerney's office because of a sudden onset of pain in his right hip. He was seen in the outpatient setting. MRI was performed which identified a lesion in the right femoral neck. The patient was instructed to
A 19 year old black male patient (Siyabonga Nkosi, from Tembisa) was admitted to SBAH Internal medicine with history of syncope (2 episodes on different occasions), now occurring for the third time, it is associated with loss of consciousness and