Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome and Primary Care Physician

601 Words Jan 21st, 2015 3 Pages
1. A physician is called to the intensive care unit to provide care for a patient who received second- and third-degree burns over 50 percent of his body due to a chemical fire. The patient is in respiratory distress and is suffering from severe dehydration. The physician provides support for two hours. Later that day the physician returns and provides an additional hour of critical care support to the patient.

2. A 23-month-old infant with a heart condition presented to the ED. The physician examined the infant and , after reviewing the patient's history of a heart condition, ordered a transport to a specialty cardiac hospital. This specialty hospital is 150 miles away from the current hospital. The physician accompanies the patient in
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The patient complained of right lower quadrant pain and of feeling faint. Dr. O'Donnel documented a chief complaint, a brief history of present illness, and a systemic review of the gastrointestinal system and respiratory system. Dr. O'Donnel also documented a complete examination of all body systems, which included all required elements. Medical decision making was of moderate complexity. 7. A full-term baby girl was born at a local community hospital on 07/08, at which time the infant's APGAR scores were 9 and 10 and the normal infant was examined prior to her admission to the nursery. On the second day of admission (07/09), the normal newborn was discharged home with her mother. Code the discharge.

8. Dr. Williams treated a 9-month-old new female patient in the office for diaper rash. An expanded problem focused history and exam were performed, and MDM was straightforward. 9. A 72-year-old patient with a history of breast cancer has a suspicious mass in her uterus. A biopsy was done. The determination was that the patient had a carcinoma in situ of the uterus. The physician who conducted the surgery called a face-to-face meeting with his fellow surgeons, the patient and the patient's family and discussed the case and the patient's outcome for 30 minutes.

10. Dr. Martin provided 1 hour and 20 minutes of critical care services to Jack Smithton, age 64, who is in the Intensive Care Unit with acute respiratory distress syndrome
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