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Chris Hansen (PGY3) let’s Courtney Cassella (PGY1) practice compartment pressure measurements on him.
Clinical Quality Review topics for September 2014
28 you F with no known PMH, p/w palpitations x 3 days after bus trip to Washington DC, states she is feeling “awful”, symptoms have been constant and worsened today. Also endorses b/l LE swelling, nausea, vomiting x1 per day, fatigue, diaphoresis, mild SOB. Notes generalized yellowing of skin. Denies CP, no fevers, no cough. No sick contacts, no travel outside of the country.
Endorses occasional etoh abuse, no tobacco, no other drug use
VS: 96.6, 147, 156/56, 22, 100% RA
Gen: anxious, diaphoretic, jaundice
HEENT: +scleral icterus, mmm
CVS: irregularly irregular, tachycardic, no m/r/g
Abd: soft, NTND, no appreciable hepatomegaly
Ext: 2+ pitting edema b/l
Neuro: A/Ox3, nonfocal
EKG: rapid afib
Negative urine pregnancy
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