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NR 601

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Discussion Part One (graded)   You meet your first patient of the morning. A.K. is a 65-year-old Caucasian male who you are seeing for the first time. Both wife and daughter are present.   Background   He reports that he has had an 18-pound unintentional wei..
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Discussion Part Two (graded)       Physical examination     Vital Signs:   Height:  5 feet 7 inches   Weight: 170 pounds Waist Circumference – 32 inches BP 130/84 T 98.0 po P 92 regular R 22, non-labored   ..
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Discussion Part One (graded)     B.J., a 70-year-old Caucasian female has been seen in the clinic several times over the last 3 years. However, she missed her last annual appointment-last appointment was 18 months ago and today you are the nurse practitioner seeing her. She ..
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Discussion Part Two (graded)     Physical examination:   Vital Signs   Height: 5 feet 2 inches Weight: 163 pounds BMI: 29.8   BP 110/70 T 98.0 po P 100 R 22, non-labored; Urinalysis: Protein 2+, Glucose: 4+ HEENT: normocephalic, symmet..
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Discussion Part One (graded)     Katie Smith, a 65 year-old female of Irish descent, is being seen in your office for an annual physical exam. You are concerned since she has rescheduled her appointment three times after forgetting about it. She and her husband John are curr..
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Discussion Part Two (graded)       Physical examination:     Vital Signs:   Height:  5’0”   Weight: 150 pounds BMI: 29.3   BP: 120/64    T: 98.0 oral  P: 68 regular    R: ..
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Discussion Part One (graded)   You are seeing S.F., a 74-year-old. Hispanic male in the office this morning for difficulty breathing.     Background:   S.F. presents with increased dyspnea on exertion that has become progressively worse over the las..
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Discussion Part Two (graded)       Physical examination:     Vital Signs:   Height:  5’8” Weight: 188 pounds BMI: 28.58    BP: 130/70    T: 99.0 oral    P: 72 regular  &nb..
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Discussion Part One (graded)       C.W. is a tall, thin 78-year-old African American male brought into the office by his son who states that the patient is restless, angry, and has been unable to sleep for the last week. The son indicates that he is very concerned a..
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Discussion Part Two (graded)       Physical examination:     Vital Signs:   Height:  5’8”   Weight: 154 pounds BMI: 23.4   BP: 132/76    P: 76 regular    R: 16   ..
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Discussion Part One (graded)       Ms. S. is a 62-year-old black female who has returned to the clinic to discuss her concerns that her lifestyle modifications to lose weight have not worked. At the last visit 3 months ago, she was advised to change her eating habit..
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Discussion Part Two (graded)       Physical Exam:     Discussion Part Two (graded)   Vital signs: blood pressure 145/90, heart rate 100, respirations 20 height 5’1”; weight 210 pounds   Labwork:   CBC:..
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Discussion Part One (graded)     C.G. is a 69-year-old male with a history of right head and neck cancer that you have been following for one year. The carcinoma was initially localized to the head and neck-specifically at the left lingual tonsil region and went on to comple..
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Discussion Part Two (graded)       Physical examination:   Vital Signs: Height:  6’0   Weight: 140 pounds; BMI: 19.0   BP: 156/84  P: 84 regular R: 20   HEENT: normocephalic, symmetric PERRLA, EOMI; poor dentit..
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