SHADOW HEALTH mobility education.pdf - Opportunities marked as Followed Up were followed up by students and include the dialogue between student and

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Opportunities marked as Followed Up were followed up by students, and include the dialogue between student and patient Description: Mr. Hall describes the symptoms and the fall that brought him to the ER of the hospital. Thank you. Can you tell me why you are here Mr. Hall Question 03:53 PM EDT Well, long story short, I fell this morning. Right when I got out of my car I was hit with this wave of dizziness. The whole garage started spinning around me and next thing I knew, I was hitting the ground. Luckily my daughter found me after a while. On top of that is this wild pain that started in my leg. I don't know if the two are connected but it's been swelling up and hurting bad. Can you tell me what time it was you fell? (Clarified to: Can you tell me how you fell?) Question 03:54 PM EDT Model Statement: "I'm sorry about the dizziness and the fall, that would be startling for anyone to have to go through. We're going to continue managing any pain from the fall and work on figuring out what's been making you so dizzy." Description: Mr. Hall reveals that he is inadvertently taking a double dose of his metoprolol. whats the dosage of metoprolol Question 05:21 PM EDT Twenty-five milligrams -- just one pill. You should only take half a pill of metoprolol Educate 05:21 PM EDT 1 Symptoms Not Followed Up 2 Appropriate Medication Dosage Followed Up
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You don't say. Model Statement: "Mr. Hall, judging by the label on the bottle and what you've just told me, it appears that you've been taking a double dose of Metoprolol. These pills here are the 50mg version, so you should only be taking half a pill at a time. This double dose could be what has caused your dizziness as well as your fall this morning. I can show you how to easily half your pill so that you can get back on your normal dose of medication." Description: Mr. Hall reveals he has no way to measure his BP at home, and no close groceries of pharmacies to check his vitals at.
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  • Spring '16
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