Emergency Room Reports
Sample Name: Pain from Hernia - ER Consult
Description: This is a 53-year-old man, who presented to emergency room with multiple complaints including pain from his hernia, some question of blood in his stool, nausea, and vomiting, and also left lower extremity pain.
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HISTORY OF PRESENT ILLNESS: This is a 53-year-old man, who presented to emergency room with multiple complaints including pain from his hernia, some question of blood in his stool, nausea, and vomiting, and also left lower extremity pain. At the time of my exam, he states that his left lower extremity pain has improved considerably. He apparently had more significant paresthesias in the past and now he feels that the paresthesias have improved considerably. He does have a history of multiple medical problems including atrial fibrillation, he is on Coumadin, which is currently subtherapeutic, multiple CVAs in the past, peripheral vascular disease, and congestive heart failure. He has multiple chronic history of previous ischemia of his large bowel in the past.
VITAL SIGNS: Currently his temperature is 98.2, pulse is 95, and blood pressure is 138/98.
CARDIOVASCULAR: An irregular rhythm.
EXTREMITIES: His upper extremities are well perfused. He has palpable radial and femoral pulses. He does not have any palpable pedal pulses in either right or left lower extremity. He does have reasonable capillary refill in both feet. He has about one second capillary refill on both the right hand and left lower extremities and his left foot is perhaps little cool, but it is relatively warm. Apparently, this was lot worst few hours ago. He describes significant pain and pallor, which he feels has improved and certainly clinically at this point does not appear to be as significant.
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