A 48 year old female presents to ED with a 3 day history of abdominal pain, vomiting and inability to eat. The patient has a background of a previous gastric sleeve. Patients VBG below:
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Lab Case 258 Interpretation
28 year old male BIBA as priority 1 – found unresponsive in room by parents. Patient last seen 24 hours prior. History of IVDU, they unsure what he has taken. Not on regular medication.
Lab Case 234 Interpretation
80 year old male known diabetic, re-presents to ED after a recent admission in which the patient was diagnosed with pulmonary TB.
Lab Case 219 Interpretation
A 75 year old male presents to ED after 2 syncopal episode at home.Continue reading
Lab Case 216 Interpretation
50 year old diabetic presents with abdominal pain and hiccupsContinue reading
Lab Case 213 Interpretation
36 year old male presents to ED with swelling and discolouration of his foot after stepping on a piece of coral 1 week ago. The patient reports fever and vomiting.Continue reading
Lab Case 210 Interpretation
75 year old male with a back ground of metastatic prostate cancer, presents with marked shortness of breath.
Lab Case 207 – Interpretation
A 24 year old with fever, vomiting and abdominal pain who is unwell with possible abdominal sepsis.
Her blood results show Continue reading
Lab Case 205 Interpretation
66 year old female presents anuric
Lab Case 201 Interpretation
A 60 year old male presents to ED with a 1 week history nausea, decreased oral intake and occasional vomiting. He has a background of poorly controlled hypertension on Perindopril.