A young mother is in intensive care after having a rare but serious reaction to a friend's prescription antibiotics that caused her to "burn" from the inside out. Yassmeen Castanada, 19, wasn't feeling well on Thanksgiving, so she took a pill that her friend had left over from a previous illness. Soon, Castanada's eyes, nose and throat began to burn, and she was rushed to the emergency room, her mother, Laura Corona, told ABC News. Her body erupted in blisters over the next few days, Corona said. She had to be sedated and placed on a ventilator.
Prior to seeing the nurse practitioner, he fills out a history form which elicits a family history and review of systems. His father died of a heart attack at age 72. His mother is alive and well at age 76. He has a 44-year-old sister who recently had a hysterectomy and has been treated several times in the past for depression. He has a 22-year-old son and an 18-year-old daughter who are in good health.
4. A 68-year-old male presents to the office complaining of pronounced weakness on the right side of his body and slurred speech for the past 24 hours. Based on the examination, the physician orders an MRI to investigate a possible transient ischemic attack (TIA). The range of codes that would be used for this patient would be Codes 390-459 because the treating physician ordered and MRI to rule out a transient ischemic attack. These codes are for Diseases of the Circulatory System 5.
He said that the day of his heart attack he knew something was wrong with him and went to the doctor to get some medication. He thought he would be okay the next day but when he went to a doctor the next morning after trying to sleep the feeling off, the doctor told him he was suffering a massive heart
Bill Martin A 59-year-old alcoholic who is treated on a Chemical Dependency Unit. You are a nurse working in a Chemical Dependency Detoxification Unit. Fifty-nine-year-old Bill Martin was admitted an hour ago following an intervention at his place of employment. His coworkers and wife confronted him about his excessive use of alcohol. According to Bill's wife, who accompanied him to the hospital, Bill had a 17-year history of drinking, but then became sober for ten years.
By the time he was admitted to the hospital on September 14, his muscles were weak and his ribs were showing. Baby Pierre had only gained half a pound in the six months since his birth. The doctors kept him alive by feeding him through a tube threaded through his nose and into his stomach. He gained weight and strength for a while, then suddenly took a turn for the worse. On November 30, baby Pierre vomited blood and died.
He has a 14-year-old autistic daughter. Lisa is the second candidate; she is 12-years-old and has had to suffer with health problems her entire life and has done nothing to bring these health problems onto herself; she was born that way. Her father is an oncologist at the hospital and has offered $2 million if she receives the transplant. She is a great candidate; but the heart transplant will only be effective until she is in her early-20s. Ozzy is
About six years ago my uncle had broken his back. Yes, it was scary, but we all thought he was going to be okay because it wasn’t too serious. But we were all wrong when he got his surgery and nothing had happened. And that was the beginning of my uncle’s depressing life. He has had about ten surgeries since then and every time something has gone, for example his last surgery they put a shocker in his back.
The numbness in his lips and face made it almost impossible for him to communicate, but the hospital staff managed to at least understand the address he gave them and they sent an ambulance. As Dr. Westwood was rushed to the hospital, his breathing became increasingly labored. The patient presented in the ED with diaphoresis, motor dysfunction, paresthesias, nausea, and an ascending paralysis that started in his legs and spread to the upper body, arms, face, and head. The patient was cyanotic and hypoventilating. Within 30 minutes of presenting in the ED, Dr. Westwood developed bradycardia with a BP of 90/50 mmHg.
Richie has horrible flashbacks and memories of the hardships in war. “Perry got sick and had a disease for a couple days.” Perry caught some kind of disease and people called it “cooties” he was out recovering for several days. Secondly members of the war got wounded some more badly than others but everyone at a time had some type of battle wound. “Separation from the crew ended in people getting injured.” It was a poorly planned mission they got split up. Fallen Angels has one main theme and that is the reality of war and the struggles that come with it.