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pt is 40 yo presented for elective ortho surgery yesterday am; no medical hx/no allergies; a0x3 at vital signs check at 0600; vss at last check; appeared non responsive when assessed at AM med pass at 0800;
pt is 40 y/o with hx of ALS; admitted yesterday for dib; no allergies; FULL CODE; increasingly bradycardic with repeating hourly vital signs; found with no rhythm at am med pass; last vitals:
IF the patient's baseline is normally AMS then it doesn't help to know why we are rapid responsing this person. tell me that they just came back from dialysis and while normally demented, the patient is not responding to pain...(for example)
Code status, allergies, weight, admitting diagnosis, the situation that led you to find the patient, what the last vitals were (if you can get to them quick enough), what IV lines you have, where they are, what gauge they are, and what is infusing through them, and what measures have been taken so far.