1.a. Classify this patients cellulitis as either complicated or uncomplicated and as either mild
moderate or moderate severe. Classification of cellulitis:
- Uncomplicated: Involvement of the superficial skin layers (e.g.,
Why do I keep gaining all this weight?
Lawrence Smith is a 62-year-old man who presents to the ED with shortness of breath and lower
extremity edema. He reports his symptoms started approximately 11.5 weeks ago. He noted that
MTM Lab Assignment #1
Case #117 Vancomycin
1.a. Create a list of this patient's drug therapy problems.
Many of the medications being taken interact with one another
Many of the medications for blood glucose control are being made l
1.a. Based on the planned surgical procedure, what is
the risk for a surgical wound infection in this patient
Colorectal surgeries are, by definition, clean-contaminated or
contaminated procedures. There is a 3077%
Medication Therapy Management I Lab
Group Member Names
Please read and assess the following patient information and answer the questions following each part of
the case. This assignment is due at 2:30 (1:30 CT) and will need to be uploa
I am here for regular care. It hurts to swallow.
Jenny Baird is a 34-year-old woman diagnosed with HIV infection 2 years ago during a routine exam. At
the time of diagnosis, the patient was asymptomatic. She is cur
Case Study #118: Bacterial Meningitis
1.a. What drug therapy problems does this infant have?
The patient was brought in with fever, woke up several times during the previous night,
and was inconsolable. The patients mother
1.a. Create a list of the patient's drug therapy
Cellulitis and infection of the right foot in a patient with
diabetes, requiring treatment.
Poorly controlled type 2 diabetes mellitus, as evidenced by
an A1C of 11.8% (goal
1. What is the importance of the C-peptide reading?
a. It is the reading of the amount of insulin being secreted from the pancreas
b. The patient is not secreting any c-peptide and would therefore need to begin insulin
MTM Lab 2015
A 62-year-old man (height 67 inches, weight 118 kg) with newly diagnosed
T2DM presents to the clinic today with an A1C of 9.2% and a random serum
glucose of 240 mg/dL. He is not experiencing any symptoms hyperglycemia.
His medical hist