Jmarcus Carter 05/26/2018 Week 4 Joan Smith: DOB: 4/7/1978 MR#: 741852963 We have ruled out that the Patient is having SOB and chest pains possibly because of the Hampton's hump found on her right inferior lobe. Test/Procedures: Blood Test: Troponin level was 0.01 ng/ml Heart Rate: 112 ECG Interpretation: Normal sinus rhythm, with rate at 112. Normal intervals and axis. No hypertrophy, no evidence of ischemia. No evidence of right heart strain. Chest X-Ray: PA and lateral views Findings : Chest x-ray PA view taken in full inspiration. Adequately penetrated slight rotation to the right. Trachea slightly deviated to the right. Left lung fields are clear. The right inferior lobe is positive for Hampton’s hump. Cardiac shadow appears normal. Border of descending aorta is well-defined whereas that of arch of aorta and origin of descending aorta are ill-defined Martha Wright: DOB 1/9/1980 MR # 489153267 Vitals: Temp 98.6 Pulse 98 O2 97% RA RR 28 BP 140/90 ENT - No nasal d/c. MMM. Oropharynx clear with no lesions/erythema.
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