Failure to diagnose heart disease and improper prescribing; Guidelines for the release of medical records
On May 1, 2013, a 69-year-old man came to the ED with worsening shortness of breath. The patient’s history ...
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On May 1, 2013, a 69-year-old man came to the ED with worsening shortness of breath. The patient’s history included smoking, COPD, and an occluded right coronary artery.
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At 6:51 p.m., a 62-year-old man came to the emergency department (ED) of a local hospital reporting pain in the “chest wall area.”
A 74-year-old woman visited Cardiologist A with symptoms of congestive heart failure. She had a history of dilated cardiomyopathy, mitral valve regurgitation, and significant pulmonary hypertension.
At 9:30 am, a 43-year-old man came to the emergency department (ED) of a metropolitan hospital. He reported chest pain, dizziness, diaphoresis, shortness of breath, and pain going down his arms.
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A 66-year-old man came to his internist with complaints of shortness of breath and chest pain that had been present for three to four weeks.
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Delay in treatment; Dos and Don'ts of renewing your Texas Medical License
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The FDA is warning health care professionals of the rare but serious risk of heart attack and death with use of the cardiac nuclear stress test agents regadenoson and adenosine.
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