Document 9838

HISTORY AND PHYSICAL
PATIENTt
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DISCHARGE
DATE:
ADMISSION DATE: 02/ 04/2003
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P/T:
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LOCATION:
PCfT
320D
CHIEF COMPLAINT :
Mental statue change.
HISTORY OF PRESENT ILLNS39: The. patient is a 45 - year - old^,obeae femme
:with a history of chronic : ventilatory dependency and steroid d^peadeacy,
carbea dioxide retainer,. chronic obstructive pulmor:ary . dicaease , history of
diabetes mellitue ;. óa:^in,sulia and oral hyperglycemic .$geá£s, questionable
bipolar disorder , hiátá^y"of anxiety and left foot^c+erTEulitis . and anemia
- aecretioa :
She.is , noted to. have; chaage in
with trouble with
mental status and wis. referred to the Emergencg Ra^.fi^r eváluation.
° In the Emergency Róáñi ,.; tie patient had a pS. of 7.°2.9^" caY^on.:dioxide
° partial pressure S'S^,^ oxygen - pártial pressure 71; btcárbonates of 40 on 40$
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PAST SIIRGTCA7. HISTÓÁ3C: Thé patient leas a trach^óstbmy• ánd seta by Mouth.
MEDICATIONS :
Combiden^ ,, Valium, Lasix , prednisoae ;•• Cólace, Protonix,
Neuroatin 300 millgré^má p.o. q. am .and
Prozac 40 milligrams p?:o, q.d .
1200 p . o. q. at bédtims ;' Glípizida 7.5 milligrams p.:o+ cÍ.d :; Glucophage XS,
2 grams p.o . g. 5 .pm and Lántus insulin 30 units subcutaneous q. at
The patient wás also receiving Biaxin and Ceftin at the nursing
bedtime .
home, it was day 3 of both antibiotics.
ALLERGIES :
NO KNOWN DRUG ALLERGIES.
REVIEW OF SYSTEMS: The patient has a complaint of left foot pain and left
She denies any ahortaesa of breath.
hip pain .
PHYSICAL EXAMINATION:
VITAL SIGNS : Temperature Blood pressure 136J7S, pulse 96 and
respirations 16.
Pupils equal , round, reactive to light 3114
HEENTs __,. Ai%icteric aclerae .
accommodation .
Normocephalic , átraumát^ c3`amfum:
NSCR :
noted.
Supple., no jugular venous diatantion noted .
CHEST :
Reveals air entry bilaterally.
HEART :
Reveals distant " heart sounds .
No lymph nodes are
Otherwise unremarkable.
HISTORY AND PHYSICAL
PATIENT:
MR #:
LOCATION: PCU
ABDOMEN : Markedly obese with hyperreaonant bowel sounds .
nondiatended. .
NonEender,
RECTAL: Unable to do a rectal evaluation and evaluate for any coccyx
decubitus ulcers at this time. ,.
EXTREMITI83 :
Leeft foot with a small ulcer whioh has ';a dry .. dressing ón,
and complaint of° le-ft hip pai:i on palpation . . Pulses are 2+ bilaterally.
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LABORATORY DATAe •':., Her admission laboratory examinatioá^ : revealed WBC .
21, 000, H&F3 , 14.•x/46 á9, xrlatelet count 382 , OOO,.^ ebdium wad 145, potassium
5.3, chloride 4^k,+.' bicarbonates 42, blood urea sütrcigea/ creatinine 35/1.0,
glucose 181, ABT,f^1tiT-79/51 .
Alkaline phoephatgs'e,1,15. Electrocardiogram..
o. revealed sinus- tgchycardia , otherwise •nonspecifa .¢or..aay ischemia. ChesC:,
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o' x-ray is peadiñg ;, but, possible infiltrate is aostiad on ; the,Emergency Room .
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2.^HISTORY OF CHROÑIC OBSTRUCTIVE FULMONARY DI3EF3$ WITH . CARBON DIOXIDE
PARTIAL PRE3SLTRÉ ^QF : 85.
PLAN :. The patient now neurologically is stable, will go ahead and
continue ventilatory support and monitor arterial :blood geese .
We will
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also treat her with Zosyn 3.3 75 grams intraveaous .piggybaek
Obtain - blood cultures , +^ ^- get a left foot x-ray sad left hip x-ray
We c6311 continue her current
to rule out any fractures or osteomyelitis .
medication and hold potassium secondary to elevated potassium on
admisaian . We will repeat her SMA7 sad CBC in the morning and reevaluate
the patient after this is done. Will continue Lasix at this time and the
•patient will be isolated for history of methicillia resistant
Staphylococcus aureus , VRE, añd C-difficile.
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SURGICAL PATHOLOGY REPORT
VAME:
SURGICAL
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LOCATION:
PCU
AGE: 56 SEX : M
ROOM : 224-01
DATB COLLECTED : D3/23 / 04
03/23/04
DATE RECEIVED .:
ACCT #:
MED REC #:
SU9MITTING PHYSICIAN:
ATTHNDING PHYSICIAN:
OTHER PHYSICIAN:
Tisaws r
A. Liver,
NOS - CT GUIDED NEEDLE BIOPSY
Cliaical History
,PRS-OPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS :
3 cm: hepa[ Sc lesion
POST -OPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS :
Rbceas vs Tumor va Infarct
OPERATION: CT guided biopsy
CLINICAL HISTORY :
56 yo. with hepatic lesion
arrera HINAL DIACSiO8I8
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Liver (CT-guided needle core biapey):
- Chronic hepatic abscess , organising.
- No tumor eeen.
- No amoeba or other parasites eeen.
- No viral inclusion seen.
- No granulomata seen.
- Levels are examined.
CPT Code: 88305
Primary PatholoQlst:
Gross Daaeriptioa
<LAB.BAH 03 / 23/04 2131>
Specimen ie received in formalin labeled with the patient's name,
CT-guided biopsies and.conaieta of multiple cylindrical cores of taasllahgray and white tissue ranging in length from 0.5 to 0.8 cm, averaging
The specimen ie filtered and exitirely submitted ixi
X0.1 cm in diameter .
one block.
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throw hout the bu(Idin s'A'
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andlor showed accumulation of excessive dust
int and/or rime and leces of lactic ba s. The
exam les include but are not limited to residents
cloth srora a room oMIDe of the maintenance
director hone cables room trash chute
dischar a room, in the residents rooms and the
corridors hallwa on the nursin units.
o- Adhesive to es and laces of lasge
matedals were noted wre ed around/ fled to
ri us s 'nkler I es in the laund foldin
roo an Interview at that tim n to ee in
the area said that those are the r mn nts of the
decorative articles hen ed Burin a birthda a
amen ed in that room.
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s rinkler i e in the trash chute disch a room
in buildin '13'.
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bcations throw howl the basement area exhibited
hea encrustation of the cello slot and were
noted rocs rusted underneath the la ers of the
slot. The maintenance su eNisor said that the
facilit is wnsidenn a Ian to overhaul the old
s dnkler i e s stem.
h-Electdc and as lines of the washin
machines n rlineswere bserved
tied u to and hun on the s nnkler ea In 5
location In he m
. -The buildin is artial ed with the
automatic exGn uishin s stem. A review of the
faciti maintenance records and interview with
the Director of maintenance and su ervisor of
mainten nce could not confirm that the s nnkler
i e s stem au es have been tested/calibrated
or replaced in the past 5 years.
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Based on observation on 07/22121m4 it was
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installed so that the to of the fire exti wisher is
no[ morethan 5feet 60i s ebovet oor
This w s found on fi t f five reside on;
'rn the twOdinge A' and '13' , as well as, In the
basement area.
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fire extin uishers are installed on the walls on all
fhe floors kitchen and basement areas. When
measured the facili s maintenance su arvisor
Burin the life safe tour the ma on of these
fire Dxiin ulshers was mounted on the Is with
their o mos ortian at " t ^
above the floor In Ileu of the re ulrad 60 inches.
Exam les Include but are not limited to the
corcidors on the 1st throw h 5th floors of the
buildin s'A" and B% in the North and South
staircases, basement areas and in h eical
therapy/ occupational therapy section.
li-The ortable fire extin uisher5 in the followin
bcations in the 'B' buildin were mounted with
their t0 ortion at 64 "-70" hi h from floor. on the
5th floor near the trainin toilet near nurse station
and near north taircase on the 4th Boor near
room 406 in the dinin room near south end
north at i on the 2nd floor near the n
station and on the first floor near room 106, and
In the dining room.
i-T e w I un oAabla fire ezfin fishers in he
ends of the oorrido In ximi f h se
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to moat rtian of the eMin wisher was 5'-9'
5'-t ^', in excess of the re wired 60 inches from
the floor.
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the elevator machine room in buildin 'A' was
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THE WITNESS: Is that hQe? Here
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Q, SY h1R. :That's something
that you have airudy reviewed.
A. Correct.
Q. Yü?
A. Yes.
Q. Did you make any determination as
to whether you disagreed with the three
items, A, B and C listed in Paragraph 3 by
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Q. Were there also optaions that you
have ruched lathe matter?
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Q. Item Nnmber A, 3A, says the
ataadard of care required the phyilelaa to
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Q. Would those opialoas that you have
just given methen be fn addition to chase
that you have itemized oa Page 2 of the
letter in your handwritten aotatioaa coaceraing
the traaafusion, the diseont [nuauce of
Iategrilia and the fact no c.b .c was taken
prior to 2324?
A. I think tbat Item C in terms of
the surgical rnasult is in addidon to what I
have listed is my haadsvrittea notes . llama A
and B are basically arore generte references
to what I'm referring [o is terms of my
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Q. All right. So Ia terms of Items
3(a) sad 3(b), if we were to talk about your
apec[fics in those, we wonld go back to the
list, Items I , 2 and 3 oa PAge 2 of the
letter, those would be your critieistm of Dr.
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patient's hypotension in a timely fashion . Is
that an opinion that you held? ^
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Q. Did Dr. _
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Q. And is addition to those Items 1,
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Q. And do you believe that Dr.
acted in aecordapre with the'ataadard
of care fa evaluation of the cause of the
patient 's hypotension in s timely fashion ?
'A. No.
Q. You believe that be violated the
standard of can fn that regard?
A. Yes.
Q. Aad Ilem B says that the standard
of care requires A physician to provide
appropriate [resimeat for the patient's ^
hypotension Does that ín your opiniotl
constitute as accurate statement of the
standard of care?
A.' Yü.
Q. Did Dr. comply with [hat
ataadard of care iu applying appropriate
treatment for thepatieat's hypotension?
A. No.
Q. ^ Item 3(c) says that the standard
o care requtrü at a m y surg cZT
consult be obtained . Does [hat accurately _ _ _
state what you believe to be the applicable
ataadard of care?
A. Yü.
abtafa a timely surgical consult, right?
A. Correct.
Q. Would you add anything else then
to your erificitmi otDr. büidü
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would mean that he was sot on site at tbat
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pressor support.
Q.. When was that?
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cridttl tare flow sheet that indicates that
she blood pressure Is at shock levels. The
blood pressure was 58 over 27 ai 2142.
Q. So you are saying tbat Dr.
! should have ordered the CT scan at
2142?
A. Correct.
Q. Why would be do that at 2142?
A. Because you Lave a patient in
stock and your number one diagnosis is a
padent wbo bad as angiogram sad who Las
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agents is hemorrhaglcshock and you need to
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intensive care unit at the patient 's bedside .
Q. Well, those are two different
lacadoas. Do you mean apecificaóy tight st
the patient' s bedside or do you fuses vrithin
the urdíae care unit ftaelf, say 50 feet
from the. patient In a different room or fn
his office or where do yon mno?
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Q. And ís it your testimony that you
believe -that Dr. should Lave remained
at the bedside of this padent from ffie
completion of the catheterizatioa procedure
until A. Until the patient was stabilized
and until the eoadidon wu resolved sad
fully evaluated anti treated.
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Q. Do you have ioformadoo is the
depoaidon testimony that tells you witbin ^
[hat dare period, return of the padent to ^ ^
the care unit, cardiac care unit after the
catheterization procedure until the padent was
taken to the CT scan , between those time
periods Low mucó of [hat time Dr.'
spent In tht patient 's room?
A. No, I don't have that íaformadon .
Q. Let's go back for a moment to the
affidavit of merit of Dr. ^ that you
.said you reviewed sad that yon agree with and
I want to look at 3 (s). It says the
standard of care required tLe physician to
evaluate the tease of the plaindlPa
hypotension on Stptember 29, 2002, in a
timely fashion, and you have tesdffed you
think Dr.
' breached that standard of
care, correct?
A. _ __Correct.
- Q. Tdlmewhatyoubelie4eDr.-_______.. did or did sot do that resulted.in...
thebreach of that standard of care ..
A. Okay. As I mentioned before, in
my handwritten Dotes that we have discussed I
indicated the failure to repeat the ab.c,
the blood count, to determine if tbere was
evidence of bleeding . There was as repeat
blood count until two hours later or almost
two hours Ister. Aad as far as the
evatuadon of the hypotension , a GT scan or
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identify the source sad location of the
hemorrhage and to confirm thae so that
appropriate lntervendona could 6e undertaken.
Q. Aoytbing else under that 3(e)? We
talked about ao repeat blood count , CT, scan
wasn't ordered immediately at 2142.
A. And I also mentioned, maybe you
: didn 't hear nx say it, that as alternative sa
a way of diagaoaing the prYSeaee of a
retraperitoaeal óemorrhage would be ao
abdominal ultrasound.
Q. Io lieu of a CT scan?
A. In lieu of or in andcipadoo of a
CT scan. Ao abdominal ultrasound can be
performed a[ We bedside , CI'seaa obviously
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