Week5Mystery_NicoleGilly.docx - Nicole Gilly Week 5 Mystery Illness Joan Smith ECG Electrocardiogram Ng-Nanogram ML-Milliter PA Physician Assistant

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Nicole Gilly Week 5 Mystery Illness Joan Smith: ECG- Electrocardiogram Ng-Nanogram ML-Milliter PA- Physician Assistant profession Possible Medical Issues: Pneumothorax- in the patients x-ray examination it was discovered that her trachea was slightly deviated to the right, this could be a sight of pneumothorax. Pulmonary Embolism- on the x-ray examination it was also discovered that the patient had shallow wedge-shaped dome shaped infraction which is called Hampton hump. Dyspnea- it was discovered upon arrival that the patient was suffering of sever dyspnea this could be a result of many other conditions like heart failure, low blood pressure, pneumonia, pulmonary embolism, carbon monoxide poisoning, stress or anxiety.
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