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Employment: Mr. Hall is a retired carpenter. Marital status: He is a widower and has two adult daughteOne of them lives close by and checks on him frequently,least every other day comes to visit and calls daily. Tobacco use: Mr. Hall smoked cigarettes for 40 years, bu20 years ago. Alcohol/Illicit Drug: Occasional alcohol use, drinks with friand family at gatherings. He generally avoids it because igive him heartburn. He has never used drugs and deniesillicit drug use currently.Review of RelevantSystemspt. able to do muhc on his own such as dressing, eating, andoccassionally uses a cane.(No Model Documentation Provided)
4/24/2020Focused Exam: Mobility | In Progress Attempt | Shadow Health3/4Submit AttemStudent ResponseModel DocumentationFunctional Status &Geriatric Syndromesuncontrolled urine due to enlarged prostate, and hypotensionlead to fall. otherwise normal functional status.Mr. Hall currently lives alone. He reports being able toindependently dress and feed himself, as well as batheindependently with the help of a shower bar his daughterinstalled for him. He experiences some urinary incontinendue to his enlarged prostate, and is able to get up from thtoilet with support (uses cane). He has some gait impairmand occasionally uses his cane to balance while he walkswell. Mr. Hall also experiences difficulty getting out of bedchairs without support. He states that his sleep is usually of poor quality, withoccasional insomnia and frequent waking. He says he harecently felt dizzy, especially upon standing, and that thedizziness has increased over the past two weeks. He has