Surgery was performed as usual with UFH. Neither UFH nor any low molecular weight heparin was given in the immediate post-operative period. The effects of UFH and enoxaparin were monitored by the activated partial thromboplastin time (aPTT) and the Enox-test (sensitive to factor Xa inhibition) using a Rapidpoint Coagulation Analyzer. aPTT and factor Xa activity were also measured by standard methods. Peri-operative bleeding and the nadirs of hemoglobin concentration, hematocrit and platelet count were monitored post-operatively. Pre-operative bridging therapy(UFH or LMWH) after the period that interruption of some anticoagulation the drug which is mostly used for this administration?
PowerPoint Presentation – Part 1 Instructions Brief Description In Part 1, you will choose a presentation topic; select a minimum of 5 scholarly, peer-reviewed journals; and develop an outline and reference page in preparation for the PowerPoint Presentation. This assignment must not exceed 3 pages. Purpose Public health nutritionists are often required to educate the public on various nutrition topics. One of the best ways to assess if you understand a concept is to teach or explain it to someone else. Thus, the purpose of this assignment is to present a nutritional topic to a target audience based on scholarly, […]
PRICE: This week we begin a more in-depth discussion regarding the first of five parts to P.R.I.C.E. The first part is a focus on “P” for Professionalism. This will be a very important attribute for us to have in the workplace. Please discuss some “do’s” and “don’ts” with regards to professionalism in the workplace. Why is the professionalism of employees critical to the successful transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10?
When coding any record using ICD-10-CM, you have to read the entire report and then pick out final diagnoses or signs and symptoms if there is not final diagnosis. 8. A 36-year-old patient is admitted through the Emergency Department with epigastric abdominal pain and diarrhea. An ultrasound shows calculus in her gallbladder but no obstruction. The doctor diagnoses the pain as cholelithiasis with acute cholecystitis. What is the final diagnosis codes(s) and how do you get your answer? 9. A 92 year old patient came into her physician’s office complaining about shortness of breath. She has a history of chronic […]
PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Intermittent exotropia, alternating fusion with decreased stereopsis POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Intermittent exotropia, alternating fusion with decreased stereopsis PROCEDURE PERFORMED: Bilateral lateral rectus recession of 7.0 mm ANESTHESIA: General endotracheal anesthesia PROCEDURE: The patient was brought to the operating room and placed in the supine position where she was prepped and draped in the usual sterile fashion for strabismus surgery. Both eyes were exposed to the surgical field. After adequate anesthesia, one drop of 2.5 percent Neosynephrine was placed in each eye for vasoconstriction. Forced ductions were performed on both eyes, and the lateral rectus was found to be normal. […]