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1.) He is showing more comedo formation, and a higher proportion of pustular lesions than before, and he now has scattering cysts over his upper back.
2.) He was started on treatment with ephedrine Periactin, and Sinequan, and his hives are almost, but not completely gone.
3.) It is suspected that the cyst will recur, and if it does the cyst will be excised.
4.) The patient had a total protein of 5.4 albumin level was 3.2 chloride was 106 and a total bilirubin was 1.2.
5.) He is to take prednisone 40mg q.a.m. for 3 days, 20mg for 3 days, 10mg for 3 days, 5mg for 3 days, 2.5 mg for 4 days, and then off.
6.) He will be seen by social services rehabilitative medicine and by his private cardiologist.
7.) His angina however will continue until he under goes a bypass procedure in the near future.
8.) This patient as far as I can see is ready for rehabilitation.
9.) She was discharged on Cardizem diuretics nitroglycerin, and Atromid-S.
10.) The improvement, if any is very slight.
11.) Her CPK levels however continue to remain within normal range.
12.) He has been instructed in the use of a low-salt diet; however, it is doubtful that he will comply.
13.) Her symptoms include dyspnea on exertion diaphoresis, and a crushing chest pain.
14.) The patient is a 72 year old Asian female, with no complaints of angina today.
15.) Her hypertension is controlled with Dyazide and seems to be relatively stable.
16.) The surgery was completed without complication and the patient was taken to the recovery room in satisfactory and stable condition.
17.) She is schedule for coronary artery bypass graft on September 15, 2007, and she will be admitted for preoperative testing on the preceding day.
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Homework
Expert:  Chris M. replied 7 years ago.

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Customer: replied 7 years ago.
Thank you. I often have a hard time in writting using proper grammer so I started and just need alittle help.. have a great day
Expert:  Chris M. replied 7 years ago.
You are very welcome!

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