The Ohio State University. The patient complains of a general constant headache that has lasted the past week, with no relieving factors. He also reports an unusual increase in fatigue and general muscle ache without any change in his daily routine. Patient also reports occasional numbness and tingling of face and arms.
Diabetes and Hypertension Project ECHO
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Dobersen, MD, PhD. Presentation A year-old Caucasian man presented with polyuria, polydipsia, and "feeling dry" during the past 2 months. His medical history was remarkable for a 3-year history of poorly controlled hypertriglyceridemia. He was treated with gemfibrozil Lopid mg twice daily and told to watch his diet and exercise. No referral was made to a registered dietitian.
Nursing Case Study On Hypertension
JT is a year-old man with a past medical history of chronic kidney disease, type 2 diabetes mellitus, and hypertension. He is admitted to the hospital for community-acquired pneumonia, and during his stay he is also diagnosed with new-onset nonrheumatic atrial fibrillation AF. The resident who presents JT on rounds knows that recent changes were made to the American College of Chest Physicians guidelines for stroke prevention in AF, but he does not remember the specifics. He asks the clinical pharmacist whether dabigatran would be appropriate for stroke prevention in this patient. CP is a year-old otherwise healthy man scheduled to undergo a total hip replacement.