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3/25/20, 8 : 31 PM Focused Exam: Chest Pain | Completed | Shadow Health Page 1 of 3 Focused Exam: Chest Pain Results | Completed Advanced Health Assessment - January 2020, nur634 Return to Assignment (/assignments/299544/) (/site_notice_dismissals?from_flash=true&site_notice_id= Shadow Health will be performing planned maintenance this Friday, from 7:00am until 7:30am Eastern. During this time assignment attempts will be disabled. Thank you for helping us to improve your Shadow Health experience! If you are are experiencing audio issues while using Safari, please visit this article () on our Help Desk for further information. Documentation / Electronic Health Record Document: Provider Notes Student Documentation Model Documentation Subjective Mr. Foster is a pleasant 58 years old caucasian man who presented to the clinic with chief complaints of intermittent chest pain that has been going on for the past month. There is no evidence of acute distress at this time and he currently denies chest pain. He states that his chest pain occured at least three times this month. He states "I feel it mostly in the middle of my chest. over my heart." He states that pain severity at its worst is 5/10, non-radiating, and usually goes after a couple of minutes. He describes the pain as "mostly feels tight and uncomfortable right in the middle of the chest." He further states "the pain seems to start when I'm doing something physical and subsides a little bit with rest." He denies taking any medication to relieve his chest pain. He reports history of hypertension and hyperlipidemia and takes Atorvastatin 20mg daily and fish oil for cholesterol and metoprolol 100mg daily for his hypertension. He reports that he has not been checking his blood pressure at home and only gets it checked during clinic visits. He states that his last physical was about three months ago. Reports ocassional alcohol consumption. Denies smoking and substance abuse. He denies shortness of breath, fever or chills and any abdominal dsicomfort. He denies history of blood clot and bleeding. He states that his mom died of heart attack.
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