Glucose- 287h BUN- 8L BUN creatine ratio- 15.1 Creatine- 0.53L Potassium- 4.3 Calcium- 8.3L Carbon- 27 Sodium 134L WBC- 8.49 RBC- 4.59L Platelet count 329 Hematocrit 35.7 Temperature 101.2 B/P 152/83 Spo2 98% Radial pulse 80 BPM Apical pulse 82 BPM regular +2 Respiratory rate 16 PT Had partial amputation of left thumb and had no other complaints besides nausea and tingling in his left hand. Short Term: The patient will report that his pain was relieved/controlled by the end of the day. Long term: The patient will maintain tissue integrity in areas in contact with wound evidenced by: absence of redness, irritation and no skin breakdown by the end of the month NKDA History of Diabetes Mellitus, Hypertension Partial amputation of left thumb Catholic Atorvastin Lipitor 10mg RTN HS Enoxaparin 40mg Subcutaneous. Q24h Pantoprazole 40mg Q24 Morphine 2mg 1mL syringe IV Q2hr Ondansetron 4mg Q6hr Lisonopril 5mg Q24hr Piperacillin 3.375 gm Q8hr Insulin Lispro 7-16 U Subcutaneous Q12hr Teach patient and family the symptoms of infection that should be promptly reported such as redness; warmth; swelling; tenderness or pain Encourage the patient to eat a well balanced diet Proper wound management/changing
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- Winter '14
- Organic chemistry, pulse, Amputation, BUN-to-creatinine ratio