Patient has a history of renal failure, type two diabetes, hypertension and atrial fibrillation. Caller states that the patient is fighting to breath and has a past history of diabetes and renal failure requiring dialysis. Further history obtained from the wife comes in the form of a discharge summary from a major tertiary hospital emergency department from last night.
Would you give this patient Lasix? Interpret the patientrs"s cardiac rhythm, and determine if a correlation exists between the patientrs"s condition and their cardiac rhythm. Patient denies any pain or discomfort apart from the difficulty breathing.
No further information is available from the caller. Identify specific treatment that is required for the patientrs"s condition. This blog is not intended to serve as clinical advice for the management of patients.
As always, the views expressed on this blog are my own and do not reflect those of my employer nor the University that I attend. Any feedback or questions are appreciated as always! Patient uses a walking frame to assist his movements around the house and his wife states that he is unsteady on his feet.
Now, paramedic students can apply these principles with Medical Case Studies for the Paramedic. Describe the appropriate initial management based on initial assessment findings.
The types of emergencies include a range of presentations such as semiconsciousness, unconsciousness, difficulty breathing, weakness, nausea, headache, slurred speech, chest pain, allergic reaction, seizure, and anxiety. A superb supplement to classroom and textbook learning, this book allows the reader to practice applying knowledge to cases before actually going on an emergency call.
The key point to take out of this case is that we can only treat based on the signs and symptoms that we see in the field and that it is very difficult to diagnose what is wrong with a patient in the field.
Each case study is presented in full, poses questions to the reader, and is followed by a summary of the case, including answers to the questions posed.
Formulate a field impression based on the patientrs"s signs and symptoms, and findings of the focused history and physical examination.
Patient is becoming increasingly agitated during your assessment and initial management. His wife is also on scene and was the caller but she does not speak English as her first language so there is some communication difficulties with her. Patient had renal dialysis the day before where they removed more fluid than normal and the patient states that he is due for renal dialysis again tomorrow.
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Skip to navigation; Posted in Case studies, Respiratory. Leave a comment. Tags: asthma, FOAMed, paramedic, Paramedic The key point to take out of this case is that we can only treat based on the signs and symptoms that we see in the field and that it is very difficult to.
Medical Case Studies for the Paramedic presents 20 case studies on the most important medical emergencies for the ALS-level reader. A superb supplement to classroom and textbook learning, this book allows the reader to practice applying knowledge to cases before actually going on an emergency call.5/5(1).
At a.m., your unit is dispatched to Fabra Elementary School for a 7-year-old female with difficulty breathing. The outside temperature is 35°F. Pediatric Case Study for Paramedics Answers: 7-Year-Old Female with Difficulty Breathing Though clearly experiencing respiratory distress, this patient’s respiratory effort is producing.
PEDIATRIC AIRWAY MANAGEMENT AND RESPIRATORY DISTRESS SELF STUDY MODULE Case Studies page 21 Related Procedures page 23 Posttest and CME Instructions page 48 CORE OBJECTIVES Upon completion of this lecture, the EMT or Paramedic will: 1. Know that appropriate airway management is the key to success in.Download