Cigarette smoking failure to control hypertension

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C. cigarette smoking, failure to control hypertension, failure to follow specific diet and exercise plan because those are things that Mr. Rider can change himself to maintain a better and healthier lifestyle. No test was done in this case therefore I do not have a diagnosis at this time. Case study chapter 1(7 th edition) Male patient brought into the emergency room by ambulance due to a stab wound to the right upper quadrant and additional cuts to his brachial region and a large contusion on his right leg just proximal to the knee. The patient was stabbed in his right upper quadrant which is his B. abdominopelvic cavity. Being stabbed in this cavity may cause damage to C. his liver because it takes up most of the RUQ. Bruising on the patient is proximal to the knee. Proximal meaning upward so the bruising would be located at his A. femoral region. His additional cuts are located on his brachial region meaning his D. upper arm, remembering the location of the brachial nerve and the brachial artery will help you remember upper arm. Patient history was not discussed, signs and symptom would be the wound on his body, no testing was mentions therefore I have no diagnosis Critical think questions chapter 1 3.

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