Cardiovascular
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Vital Signs: T [text size="4"] F, HR [text size="3"] bpm, RR [text size="3"], BP [text size="3"]/[text size="3"], SpO2 [text size="3"]% [select name="SaO2" value="RA|Nasal Cannula|Facial Mask|"][conditional field="SaO2" condition="(SaO2).is('Nasal Cannula')"] [select name="prod" value="2 LPM|3 LPM|4 LPM|5 LPM"][/conditional]
Resident c/o chest pain. [select name="level" value="10|9|8|7|6|5|4|3|2|1|0|unable to tell"] out of 10. [checkbox value="radiating towards"] [text size="10"] Duration: [text size="10"]. Charaterized as [text size="10"]. [select name="onset" value="sudden|gradual|progressing|constant/continuous|intermittent"] onset. Pain is relieved with [text size="10"], [select name="reproducibility" value="reproducible with palpation.|nonreproducible with palpation."] Associated symptoms: [checkbox value="pain at rest|pleuritic pain|exertional pain|dyspnea with exertion|coughing|nausea|vomiting|diaphoresis|SOB"]. [checkbox value="denies"] [checkbox value="pain at rest|pleuritic pain|exertional pain|dyspnea with exertion|nausea|vomiting|diaphoresis|SOB"]. Breath sounds [checkbox value="clear all lung fields|no audible stridor, no wheezing, rales, or crackles|stridor audible|wheezing, rales, crackles in ___|breathing regular, symmetrical|labored|nonlabored"]. Pertinent history: [checkbox value="Coronary Disease|Cerebrovascular disease|Diabetes Mellitus|Peptic Ulcer or GERD|Chest injury|none"]. Pitfalls: [checkbox value="unilateral leg swelling|edema|breath sounds|none"]
Cardiovascular risks are reviewed as follows:
Family history of Premature CAD or CVA (age less than 55): [text]
Tobacco use: [text]
Hyperlipidemia: [text]
Hypertension: [text]
Interventions: [checkbox value="continue to monitor|encourage purse lip breathing|supplemental O2 at ___ LPM via ____|inform MD (comment)|nebulizer PRN|relaxation techniques|nitro q5min up to 15 min|other"]
Vital Signs: T F, HR bpm, RR , BP /, SpO2 %
Resident c/o chest pain. out of 10. Duration: . Charaterized as . onset. Pain is relieved with , Associated symptoms: . . Breath sounds . Pertinent history: . Pitfalls:
Cardiovascular risks are reviewed as follows:
Family history of Premature CAD or CVA (age less than 55):
Tobacco use:
Hyperlipidemia:
Hypertension:
Interventions:
Result - Copy and paste this output: