Lab Case 145 – Interpretation

An 80 year old man sent in by Surgeon looking unwell post bowel resection for bowel obstruction.

Abnormal vital signs – low BP and tachycardia Continue reading

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Lab Case 145

An 80 year old man is sent in to your Emergency department by his Surgeon after a routine checkup 5 weeks post bowel resection for bowel obstruction.

He is noted to be pale and unwell.

Vital Signs:

BP 100/60

PR  95/min

His blood tests: Continue reading

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Lab Case 139

A 27 year old female presents to your ED with a 2 day history of sore throat, cough and fevers. She has a history of “endocrine problems/ auto immune disease” and is on insulin and thyroxine. She also has Coeliac disease.

Vitals:

T 37.7

PR 130/min

BP 105/50

Her blood results: Continue reading

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