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Allergies penisyllin ivp dye mold pollen current

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ALLERGIES: Penisyllin, IVP dye, mold, pollen CURRENT MEDICATIONS: Lovastatin 20 mg po per day, Enalapril 20 mg po bid, Nitroglycerin 0.4 mg sub q prn for chest pain. PHYSICAL EXAM: Temperature 98.6, Blood pressure 140/90. Pulse 110. Respirations 26. Her lungs are clear, showing mild signs of distress. Heart sounds are normal, irregular rhythm and bradycardia noted. No edema noted in extremities. Patient skin is cool to touch, slightly clammy. EEG shows prolonged QRS wave, with ischemic ST changes and PVCs. Chest radiograph clear. PLAN: Cardiology consult . Nitroglycerin 0.4 mcg given sublingual . Oxygen started at 4 liters via nasal cannula, Morphine sulfate 4 mg given IV for pain. Heparin (anticoagulant) drip started IM. Immediate transfer to Cardiac Cath Lab for PCTA. CPK and Troponin q 4 hours, H & H and PTT q 6 hours, Heparin adjusted per scale. The report above contains 15 medical terminology errors, common spelling errors, incorrect medical terms and incorrect abbreviations. List the errors on the left column and list the correct term to be used on the right side column. Medical Terminology Error Correct Term 1. Breathe Breath 2. Nasuseated Nauseated
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3. Aarythmia Arrhythmia 4. Myelocardial Myocardial 5. Penisyllin penicillin 6. Mcg mg 7. normal Abnormal 8. o2 O2 9. Pulmonologist Cardiologist 10. Sub Q SL 11. bradycardia tachycardia 12. Heart rate Blood pressure 13. IM IV 14. Patent Patient 15. EEG EKG REFERENCE : (APA formatted references are required – list them below)
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  • Spring '12
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